WICCA by Junebug

17th Nov - 18th Nov Echo Echo Studios Fri 8pm; Sat 7pmBook Now
Swiss-based company return to Echo Echo Festival after presenting work as part of the 2015 Open Call programme...

Image of Junebug by Charles Mugel

With their newest work WICCA, Rosanne Briens, Erin O'Reilly and Sophie Ammann weave together a celebration of Womanhood and the power of Gentleness - sacred, sensual, vulnerable... strong.

With an original score by Chris Lynch, their trio explores a sincere and personal representation of feminine existence that finds its power in traversing its natural cycles, and the unity of sisterhood that underlies it all.

They have produced something really honest and very worthwhile. They are certainly dancers and choreographers to watch out for in the future.  Robert Dow, TV Bomb

***Please note earlier performance time of 7pm on Saturday 18th November***

About Junebug Company

Junebug Company was founded in Geneva (CH) by Sophie Ammann, Rosanne Briens and Erin O’Reilly. After gaining solid technical training in their respective countries (Switzerland, France and the USA), their paths crossed at the Ballet Junior de Genève. They look to exploit their differences and the harmony that unites them: honoring their individuality, and putting forward their common vision for dance - a living, breathing, human experience, accessible to all.

Junebug Company’s work has been presented in several festivals in Switzerland as well as abroad (Théâtre de la Parfumerie CH, Edinburgh Festival Fringe UK, Incidanse Fribourg CH, Fête de la Musique CH, Fête de la Danse CH, Electron Festival CH, Cottier Dance Project UK, Echo Echo Festival of Dance UK, Festival Ulicnih Sviraca RS).

Visit the Junebug Company website .

Credits and Thanks

Choreography and performance: Sophie Ammann, Rosanne Briens, Erin O’Reilly

Original composition and soundscape: Chris Lynch

Poem by Margaret Atwood (Siren Song)

Lighting: Tom Dupont

Production: Junebug Company

Tour supported by Echo Echo Dance Theatre, République et Canton de Genève, Stanley Thomas Johnson Foundation and Swiss Cultural Fund UK.

Image by Charles Mugel

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Phone (NI): 02871308883

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Box Office: Call into Echo Echo Studios, Hangman's Bastion, Magazine Street


Ticket Prices

Ockham's Razor £12 Full / £10 Conc / £8 - Under 16yrs / Group of 4 for £35

Collective B / Mixed Bill / Ferenc Fehér - £10 / £8

Ayesha Mailey - £8 / £6

Nic Gareiss £8 / £6 (pre-booking essential)

Echo Echo Ensemble £5 / £15 for group of 4

CAAKE performance Donations (Tue) / £5 (Sat)

Classes £5

Symposium Free

Festival Party with Bounce £5


Festival Passes

Performance Pass £50

Access All Events £70



Discounts for larger groups may be available by prior arrangement. Please contact Echo Echo Festival box office 02871308883 in advance.


Access information

Our sincere apologies - still no wheelchair access at Echo Echo Studios due to technical defect with platform lift, despite our best efforts. Several Festival events are programmed in other accessible venues and locations. Please contact us if you have a specific access requirement or query and we will be very happy to help.

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