Laura graduated from Laban Centre with a BA (hons) Dance Theatre in 2004 and in 2015 gained her Masters in Movement Direction and Teaching from Central School of Speech and Drama. She has been a visiting lecturer/facilitator at Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, London Collage of Music, University Arts London, Identity School of Acting and London Studio Centre. She is currently Creative Learning Director and workshop facilitator for Yorke Dance Project and co-founder of MoveSpace. Movement Direction credits include Lysistrata (Arcola), Little Shop of Horrors (Associate Movement Director LAMDA), Wolf of Wall Street (Associate Movement Director), Populist (Part of the Night) FFF (REP), The Wonderful World of Dissocia (Arcola Youth theatre), My Beautiful City (Placement with National Youth Theatre), The Woods (Jane Packman), Reach Out Theatre Collective
Ingrid Mackinnon is a London based movement director, choreographer, teacher and dancer. Movement direction credits include #WeAreArrested (Arcola Theatre), First Encounters: The Merchant of Venice (RSC), Typical (Nouveau Riche/Soho Theatre), Liar Heretic Thief (Lyric), Cacophony (Almeida), Mischief Festival: #WeAreArrested (RSC), #DR@CULA! (RCSSD), Mischief Festival: Kingdom Come (RSC), Fantastic Mr. Fox (associate movement Nuffield Southampton and National/International tour). Choreography and rehearsal direction credits include The Headwrap Diaries (assistant choreographer and rehearsal director) for Uchenna Dance, Our Mighty Groove (rehearsal director) for Uchenna Dance, Three Penny Opera (choreographer) for Wac Arts, Boy Breaking Glass (rehearsal director) for Vocab Dance/Alesandra Seutin , Hansel and Gretel (assistant choreographer and rehearsal director) for Uchenna Dance, Imoinda (choreographer), In The Heights (choreographer) for Wac Arts. She has taught for FE and HE institutions such as WAC Arts, Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, London Studio Centre, Mountview, ALRA and University of Kent. Ingrid holds an MA in Movement: Directing & Teaching from Royal Central School of Speech and Drama. She is co-founder of MoveSpace.