George Fellows, Four Hands

George Fellows (He/Him) has 15 years experience working with young children and their families and uses this experience to inform his practice working with families and creating work with Four Hands.

George Fellows

In 2013, with no formal experience, George began training in contemporary dance. After performing as a community participant in Tilted Production's BELONGING(s) in the Brighton Festival 2016, George was invited to join Maresa von Stockert’s company as a performer & danced for the company in their 2017/18 touring seasons. He then went on to play Tony/Ronnie in a dance theatre production of the play ‘Beautiful Thing’ by Jonathan Harvey, co-directed by Bradley Hemmings & Robby Graham, which was the finale show of GDIF 2018. George has 15 years experience working with young children and their families and uses this experience to inform his practice working with families and creating work with Four Hands. He lives in the Calder Valley, West Yorkshire. 

Website: fourhandscompany.com

Contact: fourhandscompany@gmail.com

This biography was provided by the artist.

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