MARLA KING
Marla is a Welsh dance artist, climate justice activist and qualified sports massage therapist. She graduated with a first-class BA(Hons) degree from Northern School of Contemporary Dance in 2019 and during her time there performed works by Charlie Morrissey, Humanhood and Antonia Grove, along with self-choreographed solo works. Following this, Marla became an apprentice with National Dance Company Wales, working with choreographers including Alexandra Waierstall, Fearghus O’Conchuir, Nikita Goile, Ed Myhill and Anthony Matsena. She has since worked as a freelance dance artist on projections with Gwyn Emberton (Jones the Dance), Elizabeth Schilling, Rhiannon Faith Company, Rendez-Vous Dance and Eleesha Drennan. Marla hosts a podcast exploring connections between envrionmental and social injustices, highlighting ways to take climate action through various avenues and also works on a freelance basis for SAIL, an arts organisation based in Leeds, who are supporting the creative and cultural sector to feel empowered to take climate action. 
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