Free Falling got some wonderful reviews: 

5* review form Londontheatre1.com

And now that moment has passed, I only wish to add that this is a most reflective and philosophical work, and to be commended. I hope this will not be the last time Free Falling is performed on the London stage.


A 5* review on Plays to See:

Free Falling is an elevating example of the work of a rare choreographer who knows what she wants and knows how to get it and then gives it to you.


On londondance:

Yakira does not so much create a performance as encapsulate a state of being. Free Falling is a subdued, almost hypnotic work, emphasised by composer Sabio Janiak’s equally soft and lulling music, but it is none the less engaging.


For a glimpse please watch our beautiful trailer here

Read the article about Hagit and her work here 

Free Falling will tour along side Air Hunger throughout 2017, 

For booking and information please email Hagit.



Hagit has been spending the last few months writing, and in between writing even more she will be a part of some exciting projects during this summer.

These projects includes a commissioned works for the CAT Birmingham students and the YDance Company in Glasgow, Scotland. A Repertoire Course for the wonderful students of the London Contemporary Dance School, where the students and Hagit explore elements from Free Falling, Hagit Yakira dance's recent touring production. 

Hagit is back teaching at the epic ImpulsTanz Festival, Vienna from the 24th July till the 28th July


Our Kickstarted Crowdfunding Campaign - WE MADE IT THANK TO YOU!

We are so thrilled to announce that our Kickstarter campaign was successful and we reached our target. With your help we are now able to reach communities across the UK and make participation in On Falling and Recovering accessible to everyone.

A big THANK YOU to our backers:

Paola Ceccarini, Takako Hasegawa, Stuart McKears, Ana Tsif, Chris, Pablo, Karine Mangion, Martin Feher, Suki Hutcheson, Anna Kristin Gunnarsdottir, Laura Narvaez, Wilhelmina Ojanen, Anna Avital, Tal Semel, Paul Guenot, Judith Slutsky, Shira Goodall, Ricardo, Andrew Hammond, Knut Idar Hestenes, Athena, Marianne, Luc Hale, Marianne Ogbogbo, Osnat Yakira, Emilia Ahopelto, Dorota Kotowicz, Naori, Anne Jaluzot, Ania Trela, Alex Standard, Virginie, Morag, Binu Weerarathne, Abigail CM, Goussot, Chrysanthi Avloniti, Marie-Claude Arstall, Hayley Youell, Ana Stefanovic, Giulia Chini, Sonia Muresan Macarie, Yossi Tamir, Eleonora Ramsby, Karen Gallagher, Melanie Clark, Helen Bonner, Juan Barreda, Nellie Rainwater, Eleonora Carpi, Jariya Laoriendee, Jola Maria Sieniakiewicz, Tania Pires Costa Amorim, Peta & Christian, Ruth Schocken Katz, Valerie de la Rochette, David Yakira, Laura Rouzot and Ian Dewar.

We couldn't have made it without you! We will send all the rewards soon.

For information about our crowdfunding please click here 

Free Falling - a double bill is on its way

Our next production Free Falling is an exciting new double bill by Hagit Yakira danceThe evening will open with Air Hunger and followed by Free Falling

Following the successful Research and Development period of autumn 2015 Hagit and a wonderful team of collaborators will develop the evening through the summer and autumn 2016. 

For the double bill info please click here 

Free Falling will is supported by Sadler's Wells, Laban Theatre and Dance4. For more information please click here

Air Hunger, was commissioned by Yorkshire Dance, University of Leeds, Breakfast Creative and Liz Lerman as part of Respond Project. For more information please click here

Other News...

New Commission:

Hagit is currently working with the wonderful dancers of på tå hev 2016, rogalandsgruppa in Norway, Stavanger to create a choreography which will be performed at the Opera House, Oslo in December 2016. 

Hagit will be choreographing MAP Dance Company in 2017. 

Hagit will be choreographing the CAT students in Birmingham for their final show.

Hagit will be choreographing the YDance dancers in Glasgow, Scotland in the summer of 2017. 

Hagit will be leading a creative research in Centro Opus Ballet in Florence Italy  




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