Charlotte Hale

Charlotte founded FLUX: Moving Science, a performance company which translates scientific research into contemporary dance theatre. A science-comm enthusiast, she works with both researchers and in schools to bring science to life through movement and theatre. She has worked in collaboration with some of the leading institutions in the UK, most recently The University of Oxford, exploring Chromatin structures.

In 2016 Charlotte presented at the Royal Opera House Bridge Conference at the BSA MARCH conference highlighting the significance the arts play in effective Science communication.

FLUX has performed at all sorts of Art, Science and Music Festivals, engagement events and conferences. Including:

Imperial Festival, British Science Fringe Festival, British Science Festival, Oxford Science Festival, Cheltenham Science Festival, Green Man Festival, IET Faraday BBC Micro:bit projects (London, Swindon, Warwick, Newcastle, Glasgow, Belfast) Science Showoff – Birmingham Repertory Theatre, Science Showoff – Bluedot Festival, The Big Bang Fair West Midlands and London Events, Your Future Your Ambition, Bohunt Science Festival, Stemettes 1st Birthday Party, Technopop, NE Digital Girls, World Skills Show and most recently The Princes Trust STEMsational event!

If you would like FLUX or Charlotte to feature at your event, you can tweet us or follow the link to our website below. You can also see us at lots of Talent Factory Shows!

Twitter handle: @fluxdance

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