Siobhan Davies | Contemporary dance

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Siobhan Davies (born 18 September 1950 in London, and often known as Sue Davies) was a dancer with the London Contemporary Dance Theatre during the 1970s, and became one of its leading choreographers creating work such as Sphinx (1977). In 1988, she founded her own company, Siobhan Davies Dance. Originally trained in art, Davies was one of the first year’s intake of full-time students at the London School of Contemporary Dance. Her works White Man Sleeps and Wyoming have been included on the dance GCE A-Level syllabus. Her work Bird Song is being used in GCSE Dance syllabus as Set Work (2008–2010). She is among the top contemporary choreographers in the UK. (

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