Andrew Graham


"Andrew is a Franco-British Dance-artist. He made his first steps into performance at Lycée Bristol in Cannes, with the tutorship of Stephanie Clérissi and Christiane Samuel. In 2010, he graduated from Trinity Laban, where he performed works by Rosalind Crisp, Rosemary Butcher and Charles Linehan.

As a choreographer, he created Quasi (2010) and In one Breath (2010).
Along with the artist Adam James, he was awarded the PAL-LAB ‘grant by Gill Clarke (2011), for their research Vloism. Andrew joined 5X performance group as a collaborative member which involves writing, performance lectures and performance laboratory workshops. He has been involved as a movement director for artists such as Sam Lee, Anthony Graham and Adam James.

Andrew has performed in pieces by Joe Moran, Gregory Cauvin, Florence Peake, Zoi Drimitriou, Jan Fabre/Troubleyn Masterclass, Aurélia Thiérrée and Victoria Chaplin-Thiérrée, Xavier Leroy, Marten Spangberg, Simone Forti, Mike Kelley, Josiah McElheny and Tino Seghal.

From 2013 until 2016, he was a dancer at Candoco Dance Company, performing works by Trisha Brown, Emanuel Gat, Rachid Ouramdane, Hetain Patel, Thomas Hauert and Jerome Bel."