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Greig Cook

Associate Lecturer, Contemporary

Greig graduated from London Contemporary Dance School in 1995 with a Postgraduate Diploma in Contemporary Dance and subsequently performed internationally for sixteen years developing longstanding collaborations with Charles Linehan, Lea Anderson and Mark Bruce. Greig has also worked with and originated roles for AMP (Swan Lake), Aletta Collins, Charlotte Vincent, Random Dance, Arthur Pita, Tom Sapsford, Fleur Darkin and the reworking of Peter Schaffeur’s west end production of Equus in 2007. He has toured the world extensively and was nominated for the most outstanding performer whilst on tour in Toronto in 2004. In 2005 he took the role of rehearsal director for The Featherstonehaughs on their reworking of Flesh and Blood and was recently in Comma 39, directed by art film maker Stuart Croft and choreographed by Ben Wright. As a teacher, Greig enjoys working with different age groups and abilities and teaches extensively in the UK delivering workshops and regular classes to schools, boys groups, professionals, over 50’s and vocational dance schools.