Black Tea, by Bradley Charles (2022)
Bradley’s work combined, dance, spoken word and music to R&D a story about a young man discovering his heritage through the inherited music collection of his recently deceased Father, with the character navigating challenges of disconnect, loneliness, and acceptance of the circumstances he finds himself in.
As mentor on this project, Bradley worked with Natalie Rose and Pauline Walker (Writer and Podcaster).
Having started dance professionally over 16 years ago, Bradley “Bradz” Charles has worked with some of the top commercial and underground artist in the entertainment industry. He has been able to perform and choreograph for some of the leading UK dance companies such as ZooNation’s Into The Hood West End run, Boy Blue Entertainment Laurence Olivier award winning company, Flawless UK dance group and Impact Dance to name a few.
He is also currently Artistic Director for ZooNation Youth Company.
Bradley has always been humbled by his successes and names staring as a lead character (Frankie) in the 1st UK StreetDance cinema released film STREETDANCE3D as well as performing and choreographing for the Opening Ceremony 2012 Olympic Games as his career highlights to date.