I received my second lot of Arts Council funding to take The Date on a mini tour, which will be hitting loads of UK venues next year and premiering at BAC in March 2015.
I became a Discovery Artist at Pavilion Dance South West and spent a lush time by the seaside with my brill team Maddy Morgan, Nathan Johnston, Pete Boatfield, Bryony Kimmings and Jih-Wen Yeh.
I retired from playing hockey, after dislocating my knee.
I choreographed pieces of art for Tatler’s Summer Ball, held at Christie’s Auction House (featured on Posh People:Inside Tatler BB2).
I worked on a film for the first time, choreographing the dance sequences for Rosie Day, a super talented young actress in an inspiring story directed by James Webber. The film Soror had it’s premier at Bafta and watching the choreography on the big screen was really cool.
Myself and the mega talented Maddy Morgan began Scary Shit, in collaboration with celeb (ITV This Morning) therapist Joy Griffiths (also my mother-in law), to try and figure out how the world can tackle Fear. We ended up performing little nuggets in Josie Bamford’s (Producer at the Roundhouse), and Andy Field’s (Forest Fringe) living room thanks to Scottee and Ideastap. That was awesome. A highlight was my pink fluffy helmet made by the gorgeous Alice Barbero.
I gave lectures at University of Bedfordshire and immersed myself back into improvisation in performance which was lush and got a gang together to perform Golden Bohemian at SIFDans.
I became a God Mother. I received support and love from my friends and family.
I have a really exciting and busy year coming up. I am sure at some point next year I will ask for your help in one way or another, so big love and thanks in advance. Here’s to an outstanding 2015!
Rhiannon Faith wishes you a love stuffed christmas with sausage rolls dipped in gravy fountains and kisses under the camels…I mean mistle toe.