Current FlickerrDance Company Members

Felicity Kerr

  • Artistc Director and Choreographer-Composer of FlickerrDance Company


Felicity graduated from TrinityLaban (2013) with a First before undertaking a MRes Dance from Plymouth University (2014) where she graduated with Distinction and the Dance Intellect Award. Felicity then went on to continue to explore her unique choreological choreography-composing practice through undertaking a specialist Diploma in Choreological Studies course from TrinityLaban (2013-2016) graduating with Distinction.

Felicity formed FlickerrDance Company in 2013 and the company has created and performed work in Somerset and for Pavilion Dance, Bonnie Bird Theatre, Linbury Studio and at The Place as part of Resolution! 2015. Felicity also creates short dance films in addition to project based work, performing and teaching dance to all ages.

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Sarah Fletcher

  • Dancer and Education Outreach Leader


Sarah grew up in the Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire where she started dancing at the Jane Jarrett School of Dancing. Having experienced Contemporary dance through school she attended workshops led by Gloucestershire Dance. Whilst studying for her A-levels, Sarah attended the Centre for Advanced Training at Swindon Dance where she had many opportunities to perform and develop her learning.


In 2010 she moved to London to continue her training at TrinityLaban, graduating with a BA (Hons) Contemporary Dance in 2013, during her time at TrinityLaban Sarah worked with artists including Kerry Nicholls and toured Gary Lambert's Physical/Still to Oslo, Norway. Later in 2013 she joined Transitions Dance Company to complete an MA Dance Performance, touring three works across the UK and Europe. Whilst studying, Sarah also worked as a teaching assistant for the Centre for Advanced Training at TrinityLaban.

Sarah has worked on projects in London and the south west and is interested in delivering dance to all ages and abilities, including to less accessible communities and using dance for health, especially in the older population. She currenlty delivers Dance for Parkinson's workshops, voulnteers for incluvise dance company Salto! at Swindon Dance and teaches contemporary dnace within the Forest of Dean

Previous Works with FlickerrDance Company:

"Ultra" 2013, "TerpiScore" 2015 & "Transliterate" 2016

Gordon Raeburn

  • Dancer-Musician



Born in Huntly, Aberdeenshire, Gordon started dancing at an early age. His early training in Ballet and Contemporary dance was with Danscentre in Aberdeen, Scottish Ballet’s Associate Scheme and Ballet West before spending a year at the Dance School of Scotland in Glasgow.


Gordon then went on to study at TrinityLaban where he graduated with a First Class Honours in Contemporary Dance. During this time, Gordon worked with choreographers Lea Anderson, Lizzie Kew-Ross, Barwen Tavaziva and Simon Vincenzi.In 2013, as part of an MA in Dance Performance, Gordon joined Transitions Dance Company for their 2014 tour and worked with choreographers Stephanie Batten-Bland, Ikky Masse, Dog Kennel Hill Project, Peter Gn and Tony Thatcher.


Gordon was recently guest dancer in Stab choreographed by Peter Gn and performed at UCC theatre in Singapore is currently touring Spun Though Shadows, an original work choreographed by Thea Stanton and composed by Cameron Graham.

He is a member of the newly formed Swallowsfeet Collective who will be premiering in March 2015. Gordon has worked on various other projects with Dr Anne Daye, Nina Berclez, Harriet Parker Beldeau and TDLP.

Previous Works with FlickerrDance Company: 

"TerpiScore" 2015 & "Transliterate" 2016

Kathryn Spence

  • Dancer and company assisstant

Kathryn Spence is a contemporary dancer and choreographer from the Shetland Islands. 


Using often emotional stimulus to create work, that of solos, choreography on others or when dancing in other pieces, She believes in beginning with an organic approach to the process of cre-ation. A positive process creates positive product. 


Kathryn’s work is often stimulated through personal experiences, currently exploring the aspect of boundaries and borders; literal, visual and imaginary, and looking at how we react to these or create them. 


Her community and outreach work goes on the belief that she is willing to dance with anyone that wishes to dance with her, regardless of age or ability. She strives to combine professional and out-reach work in my practice, and enjoys working internationally and looking at what movement mate-rial our different cultures provide us with, and how this can fit together to allow dance as the inter-national language for all of us. 


Her choreography has toured Singapore, Cambodia, China, Hong Kong, London and Scotland, as well as creating dance videos, including assisting choreographer Alison Golding on the music video for David Gilmour’s ‘A girl in the Yellow Dress’. She is currently touring with her latest con-temporary dance work ‘A couple of People’, which aims to be accessible to all audiences. She has mentored two dance companies and led the dance module of the Inclusive Arts Course, Epic Arts Cambodia as well as providing mentoring opportunities for students studying at The Royal Academy of Dance. Previously she has been dance associate for Scottish based dance theatre company, plan B creative where she developed and delivered community dance workshops as well as creating touring solo works. 

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Previous Works with FlickerrDance Company:

"Transliterate" 2016