Valerie Ebuwa

Freelance Dance Artist

London, United Kingdom
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  • Freelance Dance Artist
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About me

I am a freelance dance artist and writer based in East London. I currently dance for a number of contemporary dance companies and also choreograph my own work. I write for various publications in my spare time

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  • Arts Journalism
  • Creative Arts
  • Academic Writing
  • Idea Curation
  • Influencing
  • Dancer
  • Art Fashion
  • Fashion
  • Adaptive Communication

People I’ve worked with

Companies I’ve worked with

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    Ollie Quinn

    • Clod Ensemble

      Clod Ensemble

      • Arts and Culture
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      I am Hip Hop Magazine

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        Rhiannon Faith

        Work history


        Dancer Collaborator

        Clod Ensemble

        Mar 2018
        • London, United Kingdom
        • Freelance
        • I have joined Clod Ensemble for the production of Placebo and The Black Saint and the Sinner Lady as well as teaching on behalf of the company across different art settings


        Sep 2017
        • London, United Kingdom
        • Freelance
        • Eddie Peake is visual artist that uses dance to assist his other bodies of work which includes sculpture, painting and music production


        Freelance Creative

        I am Hip Hop Magazine

        May 2016
        • London, United Kingdom
        • Freelance
        • I write for london's number one hip hop magazine. I review, blog and provide personal content in order to support the Hip Hop community here in London. Events include Music performances, dance events such as breakin convention at sadlers wells and even travel writing.


        Feb 2017 - Jul 2019
        • London, United Kingdom
        • Freelance
        • Rhiannon Faith’s 5 star show, Smack That (a conversation) is a dance theatre piece about surviving and overcoming cycles of domestic abuse. We worked with a charity called J9 which provides rehabilitation and help services for victims of domestic abuse across the UK. Their services are now available at some art venues in order to make them safe houses victims. Each art space that Smack That toured became a J9 space- the Barbican being the first London venue to follow suit. Each venue is trained by J9 staff and has a phone that connects directly to J9 if someone is in need of help



        Sep 2011 - Jul 2014
        • London, United Kingdom
        • I obtained a second class degree in contemporary dance