Alice Robinson is an eclectic creator, fusing her background in contemporary dance with an innovative eye for choreography and movement direction. Alice draws inspiration from soundscapes, human psychology, current world issues, art and fashion aesthetics.
After moving from Sydney to London in 2018 Alice has cemented herself as a stand-out contemporary creative after debuting her immersive production “Does It Matter In the Dark?” to sold out London audiences in November 2019.
During her career Alice has worked with the likes of Benoit Swanpouffer, Emma Portner, Belen Leroux, Larissa McGowan, Sarah Boulter, Patric Kuo, Stephen Tannos, Lukas McFarlane, and Ricky Jinks
Some of her recent credits include: Opera Australia (Dance Captain), BBC One’s - The Greatest Dancer, Londoner Macao Campaign (LDN), Company Jinks (LDN), The Dream Dance Company (AUS) ,HSBC (HK), So You Think You Can Dance (AUS), Untitled Dance Company ( LDN), Elk Roads’ ‘Hanging by a Thread’ (AUS), Lucy Doherty’s ‘ONE’ (AUS), and various other performances across the world.
Alice is also a freelance teacher who has taught all over Australia, the UK, and parts of Europe. She is currently on the full-time faculty at The Hub Studios London and is very happy to be teaching online for Monarch Studios.
Alice aspires to help others combine their intellectual capacity and their personal creativity so to express authentically. She is fantastic with dancers of all ages and abilities, she takes a fun, creative and excited approach to both her studio and online lessons.