No Time Like The Present is a dance and music experience presented for the first time in the beautiful green spaces of South Yorkshire. The production is a female-led, one act ballet performed and created by a diverse team. You will encounter five dancers performing to a synth pop score composed specifically for the production, …
There’s a fearlessness about Tala Lee-Turton. Her whole life has been spent meticulously moving her body beyond its limits as a classically trained dancer. But now she’s pushing the boundaries of ballet, exercising her creativity to produce performances that defy the customary conventions and boxed in views of the past.
Tala Lee-Turton announced as recipient of Genesis Kickstart Fund for “Here Lies”. In the final phase of its rollout, the Genesis Foundation has awarded a further £360,000 in grants through its Genesis Kickstart Fund to 36 arts projects run by creative freelancers throughout the UK. Since it started its distributions in 2021, a total of …
Exploring the act of listening to stories passed down through families so that we may carry past generations heritage with us, the film retells a story Tala hears from her Chinese family.
In honour of International Women’s Day on 8th March, we chatted with five ambitious and talented women who are all achieving great things and challenging the status quo in Yorkshire and beyond.
BBC Yorkshire Look North interviewing Tala Lee-Turton at Wentworth Woodhouse about No Time Like The Present.
No Time Like The Present is an unticketed, open-to-public research-and-development project for an all-female outdoor ballet production, with creatives of minority ethnic heritage making up half the team.
From Russia to Rotherham, ballerina Tala Lee-Turton is swapping satin slippers for trainers to make classical dance more accessible …
Visitors to the gardens of Wentworth Woodhouse now have a unique opportunity to watch dancers creating a new ballet.
A ballerina from Wombwell will perform in a ballet with a twist at Wentworth Woodhouse next summer.