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Moving Out | Presentation and screening Fri 17 Mar 2023, 2.30 - 3.30pm 

Join us for a relaxed presentation and screening of a new dance film, Moving Out, co-created with service users at Tessa Jowell Health Centre.

Over 6 weeks dancers and choreographers Annie Pui Ling Lok and Jules Cunningham, and filmmakers Rachel Davies and Daniel Saul have been working in collaboration with service users of the Tessa Jowell Health Centre to make a new dance film. Moving Out explores wellbeing through movement, and takes inspiration from works on display at Dulwich Picture Gallery

This relaxed presentation and screening will share some of what has been created so far. There will be a short presentation about the workshops (including some dance!) and a screening of the footage that will become the final film. We will also share some refreshments, whilst we enjoy the film.

Tessa Jowell Health Centre

72H East Dulwich Grove
SE22 8EY

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Moving Out is commissioned by Dulwich Picture Gallery working in partnership with Siobhan Davies Studios for Tessa Jowell Health Centre. 

Supported by NHS South East London Integrated Care Board, Prudence Trust, The League of Friends of Dulwich Hospital, Healthy London Partnership and South London Health Partnership, working with Community Health Partnerships. 


Annie Pui Ling Lok

Annie Pui Ling Lok works with live performance in processes that are experimental and collaborative. She is currently Co-Artistic Director of Siobhan Davies Studios, in collaboration with independent producer Kat Bridge.

Jules Cunningham

Jules is a professional dancer based in south London. They make work in different mediums including drawing, printmaking, and performance. They perform nationally and internationally as a dancer and collaborate with other artists.


R&D Studio are two filmmakers, Rachel Davies and Daniel Saul who have been making films with dance and community groups, using portraiture and playful images for more than 20 years.