Michael Spenceley

Choreographer

Michael trained at the Rambert School of Ballet and Contemporary Dance, where he won a Wayne Sleep scholarship.

As Movement Director, Michael’s credits include Lady of Stavoren (Over the Pond Productions), La Forza Del Destino (WNO), Max The Brave (Britten Sinfonia), Simplicius Simplicissimus (Independent Opera), Ariadne auf Naxos, Alcina, Tannhauser and Xerxes (Longborough Festival Opera), Forbidden Love (London tour) and BBC's Cash in the Attic. He was Dance Captain and part of the creative team for the opening of the Paralympic Games 2012.

As a dancer, Michael’s credits include We had a black dog (Red Oak Theatre), The Loves of Mars and Venus (Weaver Dance Company), La Serva Padrona (Barefoot Opera), Trapped (Experiential Theatre), The National Battle of Somme Commemoration (Somme 100), The Happiness, The Crutch (Karla Shacklock Dance Company), Mapping the Territory (Time Won’t Wait), Haining Dreaming, The Great Train Dance, 5 Soldiers (Rosie Kay Dance Company), Meeting Mr Book (Darren Ellis Dance), Close Distance (Helen Parlor Dance), Wings of Desire, Home (DanceXchange), Dear Body, Happy Together, Ducky Nights (Protein Dance Company).