Alistair Wroe
Originally from Worcestershire, Alistair completed his BA (Hons) Degree in Contemporary Dance at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance. During his degree, he worked with various choreographers including Gary Lambert, Struan Leslie and Marie Gabrielle-Rotie. Once graduating he joined EDge 2016, internationally touring works by Phillipe Blanchard, Tom Roden, Joseph Toonga and Alexander Whitley before completing his Masters at London Contemporary Dance School.

Gaia Cicolani
Born in Torino, Italy, Gaia began her dance training at FarcoMorra and Studio Danza Narcisa; she also studied on scholarship at Opusballet and Codarts Rotterdam Dance Academy.Gaia furthered her training at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance, graduating with a first class honours degree in 2015. She also has experience training as an actor with The Questors Theatre Academy in London and is passionate about the interaction between different kinds of art and artists. She has performed repertoire by Michael Clark and Wayne McGregor as well as original work by Lizzi Kew-Ross, Hubert Essakov, Charles Linehan and Chloe Aliyanni. Gaia has been part of many collaborations and had the chance to intern with renowned companies such as Nederland Dans Theatre, Cullberg Ballet, NDCWales, The Forsythe Company and Dantzaz Kompainia.

Dominic Rocca
Dominic began dancing at West Berkshire Ballet School and as a part of The Cecchetti Classical Ballet Scholarship Scheme. He was also a member of the National Youth Ballet Company for the 2012-2014 seasons and continued his training at Rambert School of Ballet and Contemporary Dance. Whilst training, he worked with choreographers Mark Bruce, Darren Ellis and Mark Baldwin, and was a recipient of the Charlotte Kirkpatrick award in 2016. Dominic has worked professionally for Mark Bruce Company and is excited to be working with Jack Philp Dance.

Clémentine Télesfort
Clementine is a french dancer and dance maker based in England. Her work sits between collaborations with actors, musicians, film makers, fashion designers and often takes place in site specific venues. Since graduating from Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance with a First Class degree, Clementine joined the Northern School of Contemporary Dance Postgraduate Performance Company: Verve, receiving an award for outstanding Achievement. Clementine explores many routes in order to grow and build her practice as a dance artist and versatile performer, she has worked with artists such as; Jamaal Burkmar, Jack Philp, BitterSuiteCompany, Sweetshop Tigers apprentice scheme as a production manager (directed by Sally Marie) as well as founding her own collaborative company MicroMacro&Friends.