Devised and directed by Rose English in collaboration with National Glass Centre; University of Sunderland; Wearside Glass and Jonathan Graham. Performed by Mo Yu Ting; Zhang Bi Huan; Zhou Yu Ying of Shanghai Acrobatic Troupe, China & glass artists James Maskrey; Kalki Mansel; Ben Walters; Christine Kerrs and Norman Veitch.
Produced by Barry Plews and Hu He, Reckless Moments.
Curated by Grainne Sweeney, National Glass Centre for Trading Places
First performed National Glass Centre, Sunderland, 21 November 2009
Devised and directed by Rose English in collaboration with composer Luke Stoneham, designer Simon Vincenzi. and lighting designer Chahine Yavroyan. Performed by Claire Bessent, Rose English, Sophia Hao, Jennifer John, François Testory, James Orrell, Julian Warburton and Lu Dan, Ji Maoling and Ji Qi Mei of the Zhejiang Acrobatic Troupe of China. Produced by Jeremy Goldstein, London Artists Projects Ltd.
Commissioned by Liverpool Capital of European Culture and presented in association with Unity Theatre and Liverpool Biennial of Contemporary Art.
First performed Unity Theatre, Liverpool, 12 September 2006
The After-Image of the Act
Devised and presented by Rose English, with assistance by Sara Santos and Phoebe English
Commissioned by Wild Gift – a festival of live art
First performed in the Study Room, Theatre Museum, London, 26 May 2006
The Long Time Ago Story
Written by Rose English and composed by David Sawer; with voice by Efua Quashie and toy piano by Isabel Ettenauer; produced by Martin Cotton for Ladbroke Productions,
Commissioned by ‘Between the Ears’ and broadcast BBC Radio 4 27 December 2003
An Electric Bouquet
Devised and directed by Rose English in collaboration with High Spin Dance Theatre Company. Music composed by Luke Stoneham, costumes designed by Holly Murray, lighting design by Chahine Yavoroyan. With Julia Burcham, Rainna Crudge, Becky Hodgson, Irene Mensah, David Mileman, Maria Pengelly, Ben Pierre, Andy Saunders and Dan Shelton. Musician: Luke Stoneham.
First performed Komedia, Brighton, 15 October 2002
Standing Room Only - an opera of the ordinary
Devised, directed and produced by Rose English, music composed by Ian Hill, lighting design by Chahine Yavroyan. With Rose English and singers Jean Marc Barsam, Grace Cook, Rita Gee, Nell Jordan Gent, Pamela Lawrence, Grace Nyandoro, Theresa Nyandoro, François Testory, the North London Voices and musicians Ian Hill and Frances Knight.
Commissioned by and first performed at Hoxton Hall, London, 19 November 1999
Rosita Clavel - a horse opera
Libretto written by Rose English, music composed by Ian Hill. Production in progress for singer Mike Henry, the Cosmic Voices of Bulgaria Choir, The Ancient Orchestra and seven equestriennes with their horses.
Commissioned by the Year of Opera and Music Theatre East of England 1997
The Nature Table - a pets opera
Devised, directed and produced by Rose English, music composed by Ian Hill.
With Rose English and sixteen children from Uley Primary School, their pets and animals including: stick insects, fish, guinea pigs, rabbits, chickens, goats, sheep, ducks, cats, dogs and horses. Singers: Abby Cottle, Rachel Lewis, Harry Greenstreet and James Stennett.
Commissioned by and first performed at Prema, Uley, Gloucestershire, 8 July 1995
An Audience with Rose English
Devised and directed by Rose English, produced by Cultural Industry. With Paddy Castledine, Colin Curtis, Rose English, Casey McGlue, Paris Pancrace, Dawn Squires, Bill Thorneycroft and Alastair William. Singer: Martin Jacques (Tiger Lillies).
Commissioned by Now You See It.
First performed at the Purcell Room, South Bank Centre, London, 11 August 1994
Princess - the Bride of the Idea
Written and directed by Rose English, music composed by Ian Hill, costumes by Mr Pearl, equine wigs by Katie Penner, horse handler Tammy Bader, curated by Tim Westbury, produced by Nicky Childs/Artsadmin. With Rose English, Ona Mailo and Westview Legacy, a Percheron mare trained by Jennifer Hunder. Singer: Greg Carpenter; musicians: Anita Dusevic, Heather Heron, Laura Schlessinger, Karl Stobbe, Jan Urke and Nicholas Zazovzky.
Commissioned by the Walter Philips Gallery, Banff Centre for the Arts, Canada
First performed Banff, Canada, 6 August 1994
Written & directed by Rose English; designed by Simon Vincenzi; music composed by Ian Hill; lighting design by Chahine Yavroyan; flying by Jonathan Graham; illusions by Paul Kieve; Tango choreography by Christine Denniston; produced by Nicky Childs/Artsadmin. With Rose English, Hélene Patarot, Jan Pearson, Alison Swann, George Yiasoumi; tango dancer: Christine Denniston; magicians: Paul Kieve & Fluke; aerialist: Jeremy Robins; musicians: Simon Christopher, Enrique Guerra & Ian Hill.
Commissioned by and first performed at Barclay’s New Stages, Royal Court, London, 24 May 1994 Subsequently at the Contact Theatre, Manchester
Venus and Vulcan - an equine nativity
Written and directed by Rose English, designed by Simon Costin & Simon Vincenzi, music composed by Ian Hill, horse handler: Kevin Bell. With Rose English and a Shire horse mare with her foal. Singer: Eilidh Thompson; musicians: Roland Bates, John Glyn, Ian Hill, George Khan and Adrian Lane
Commissioned by and first performed at Heatwave, Serpentine Gallery, London, 19 June 1993
Written and directed by Rose English, music composed by Ian Hill, lighting design by Dan Kotlowitz, produced by Cultural Industry. With Rose English and Tzigan, a Fresian colt trained by Anouk (Circus Flora). Musician: Ian Hill; singers: Sorena Borgelova, Mike Henry, Todorka Momsheva, Margareta Philipova & Eilidh Thompson.
Commissioned by Serious Fun Festival, New York & South Bank Centre, London.
First performed Lincoln Center, New York, 28 July 1992
Subsequently at the Queen Elizabeth Hall and Sadlers Wells, London; Brighton Festival; Sydney Festival; Adelaide Festival, Australia; Edinburgh Festival Theatre
The Double Wedding
Written and directed by Rose English, designed by Simon Vincenzi, lighting design Rick Fisher, music composed and arranged by Ian Hill & Aleks Kolkowski, consultant director Julia Bardsley, produced by Nicky Childs/Artsadmin. With Steven Beard, Nigel Charnock, Giovanni Curati, Rose English, Matthew Hawkins, Wendy Houstoun, Brian Lipson, Roddy Maude-Roxby, Thom Osborn, Claire Roberts. Aerialists: Lucy Allen and Joanne Robley-Dixon; ice skaters: Paul Askham & Sharon Jones; musicians: Ian Hill, Aleks Kolkowski and Phil Minton.
Commissioned by Barclay’s New Stages & London International Festival of Theatre
First performed at the Royal Court, London, 3 July 1991
Walks on Water
Written and directed by Rose English, designed by Simon Vincenzi, lighting design by Steve Whitson, produced by Nicky Childs/Artsadmin. With Rose English, Teresa Blake, Tony Bluto, Matthew Bowyer, Bertie, Pascal Brennan, Jon Conrad, Jacob Marley, Roy Miles, Hamish McColl, Stuart Rose, Uri Roodner, Craig Sheppard & Victor Wood; the Chou Chou Ballet Company: Charlotte Bovingdon, Harriet Bovingdon, Marrianne Davies, Amy Dunning, Claire Roberts, Sally McEvoy, Carrie and Lauren Lukasiewicz, Zoe Evans, Ishan Pickstock, Marie-Louise Robotham, Lauren Short, Emma Harris and April-Louise Ryder. Musicians: Teresa Blake, Ian Hill and Phil Minton.
First performed at the Hackney Empire, London, 15 November 1988
Dreams of Drama
Devised and directed by Rose English in collaboration with Oxford Youth Theatre, lighting design by Andy Solway. With Corinne Ellis, Lona Fedorowicz, Elaine Kidd, John Lawson, Kate Leech, Conrad Lyser, Shelagh Martin, Lesley Mills, Darren Queralt and Chloe Thomas.
Commissioned by and first performed at the Pegasus Theatre, Oxford, 1 July 1987
Written and directed by Rose English, lighting design by Lee Boxhall, voice coach Patsy Rodenburg, produced by Luke Dixon. With Harriet Dixon, Rose English, Dorothy Myer-Bennett and Sam, a Jack Russell terrier.
Commissioned by and first performed at The Drill Hall, London, 3 March 1987
Subsequently at the Pegasus Theatre, Oxford
Thee Thy Thou Thine
Written and directed by Rose English, lighting design by Simon Corder, voice coach Patsy Rodenburg, produced by Luke Dixon. With Rose English and Richard Wilding.
Commissioned by and first performed at the ICA, London, 18 February 1986
Subsequently at the Bloomsbury Theatre, London; Third Eye Centre, Glasgow; Northampton Arts Centre; Assembly Rooms, Edinburgh; Pegasus Theatre, Oxford; Gulbenkian Theatre, Canterbury; Third Festival of Experimental Art, Hull; Midland Group, Nottingham.
Written and directed by Rose English, lighting design by Dennis Charles, produced by Luke Dixon. With Rose English and Alyson Silverman.
Commissioned by and first performed at The Drill Hall, London, 20 February 1985
Subsequently at the Museum Moderner Kunst, Vienna (Kunst Mit Eigen Sinn); de Lantaren, Rotterdam (Perfo 3); Bush Theatre, London; Midland Group, Nottingham; Theatre Workshop, Edinburgh Festival; Tate Britain, London.
Written, directed and performed by Rose English, curated by Tim Guest (Canada) and produced by Luke Dixon (UK).
First performed at the Rivoli, Toronto, Canada, 1 November 1983
Subsequently at the DB Clarke Auditorium, Université Concordia, Montréal (Powerhouse); Plug-Inn, Winnipeg; Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon; Western Front, Vancouver; York University, Toronto; Drill Hall, London; International Festival of Performance Art, South Hill Park, Bracknell; Midland Group, Nottingham; Zap Club, Brighton and the Laing Art Gallery, Newcastle.
Adventure or Revenge
Written, directed and performed by Rose English. Curated by Susan Hiller, Suzanne Lacy and Martha Wilson.
Commissioned by LA/London at Franklin Furnace.
First performed at Franklin Furnace/Just Above Midtown, New York, 14 March 1981
Subsequently at A Space/GAP, Toronto.
Juliet and Juliet – a duet, Romeo and Romeo – a duel
Devised, directed and performed by Rose English and Jacky Lansley
First performed at X6 Dance Space, London, 16 June 1979
Devised, directed and performed by Rose English and Jacky Lansley.
First performed at the Acme Gallery, London, 4 March 1978
Devised, directed and performed by Rose English, Jacky Lansley and Sally Potter.
Curated by Mark Francis.
Commissioned by and first performed at the Museum of Modern Art, Oxford, 20 May 1977
Devised, directed and performed by Rose English, Jacky Lansley and Sally Potter.
Commissioned by and first performed at the Roundhouse Theatre, London, 29 June 1976
Written, directed, designed and produced by Rose English and Sally Potter; lighting design by Red Spot. With Rose English, David Gale, Tony Gaçon, Vincent Meehan, Kim Parker, Sally Potter, Siddartha Shivtasani, Stephan Szczelkun and Colin Wood. Musician: Colin Wood
Part One: The Pre-Conditions (in the house) first performed at 41 Mornington Terrace, London, 26 March 1976; Part Two: The Spectacle (on ice) first performed at Sobell Centre Ice Rink, London, 2 April 1976; Part Three: Remembering the Spectacle (in the water) first performed at Swiss Cottage Swimming Pool, London, 3 April, 1976; Part Four: The Arguments (at home) first performed at 41 Mornington Terrace, 9 April 1976.
Death and the Maiden
Devised, directed and performed by Rose English, Jacky Lansley and Sally Potter; lighting design by Steve Whitson.
Part One (with Dennis Greenwood) first performed at Snow Hill Railway Station, Birmingham Festival of Performance Art, 30 August 1975; Parts Two & Three first performed in the theatre at De Lantaren, Rotterdam, 7 & 8 September 1975; Part Four first performed in the courtyard at De Lantaren, 9 September 1975; Part Five first performed in the theatre at De Lantaren, 14 September 1975. Commisioned by Birmingham Festival of Performance Art and Thema Vrouv Festival, Rotterdam.
Devised, directed and performed by Rose English, Jacky Lansley, Lynn MacRitchie, Sally Potter, Judith Katz and Sylvia Stevens.
Commissioned by and first performed at the Serpentine Gallery, London, 20 August 1975
Down by the Salley Gardens
Devised, directed and performed by Rose English, Jacky Lansley, Sally Potter, Judith Katz, Siddartha Shivtasani and Sylvia Stevens.
First performed at Artists for Democracy, London, 9 August, 1975
Devised and performed by Rose English. Curated by Tony Costa.
First performed in Edwinstowe Forest, Nottingham, 3 August 1975
Devised, directed and designed by Rose English. With Joanna Bartholomew, Sally Cranfield, Helen Crocker, Maedee Dupres, Jacky Lansely and Judith Katz.
Commissioned by Southampton Festival of Performance Art.
First performed in the dressage arena, Southampton Horse Show, 11 July 1975
The Boy Baby ... A Mere Gimpse
Devised, directed and designed by Rose English. Curated by Bill Hutchins.
With Joseph Blatchley, Sally Cranfield, Helen Crocker, Maedee Dupres.
Singer: Sheila Broun; musician: Sarah Fletcher.
Commissioned by and first performed at Battersea Arts Centre, London, 13 December 1974
Films: The Gold Diggers (35mm B&W 87 minutes)
Screenplay by Lindsay Cooper, Rose English and Sally Potter; directed by Sally Potter; art direction by Rose English; music composed by Lindsay Cooper; director of photography Babette Mangolte; edited by Sally Potter; produced by the British Film Institute. With Julie Christie, Collete Laffont, Jacky Lansley, David Gale, Phil Minton, Thom Osborn, Trevor Stuart, Hilary Westlake and George Yiasoumi.
First screened at the London Film Festival, 28 November 1983
Subsequently at the National Film Theatre, London; Berlin Film Festival (Zitty Prize); Florence Women’s Film Festival (Best Experimental Film); Melbourne Film Festival; Toronto Festival of Festivals; Channel 4 television. BFI DVD released 28 December 2009.
Exhibitions: 2012 Powerhouse, group exhibition curated by Rosie Grieve, Smiths Row, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk
2011 Interloqui, group exhibition curated by Grainne Sweeney in collaboration with partners in the North East of England and Caterina Tognon Arte Contemporanea, on the occasion of the 54th Venice Biennale
2010 TAPS: Improvisations with Paul Burwell, group exhibition curated by Anne Bean, Robin Klassnik and Richard Wilson, Matt's Gallery at Dilston Grove
2009 NOTES on a Return, Archival Exhibition 1: Rose English - Plato's Chair, curated by Sophia Yadong Hao, Laing Art Gallery, Newcastle
2007/9 WACK! Art and the Feminist Revolution, group exhibition curated by Connie Butler, The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles; National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington D.C; P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center, Long Island; Vancouver Art Gallery, Canada
2008 Lost in Music, installation commissioned by Northern Stage, Newcastle
2003 Hair - the Show, group exhibition curated by Marcia Farquhar and Peggy Atherton, Tablet Gallery, London
1999 Atomism & Animism, museum-wide exhibition by artist Martha Fleming, including Simon Vincenzi’s model box for Rose English’s ‘The Double Wedding’; Science Museum, London
1975 Sweet Sixteen and Never Been Shown, group exhibition at the Women’s Free Art Alliance, London
1972 Leeds Kids Rule OK?, group exhibition at the ICA, London
Acting - stage, film, television & radio: 2011 The Salon Project (Salonnière), devised by Stewart Laing, Untitled Projects, Traverse, Edinburgh
2006/7 Here, As if They Hadn’t Been, As if They are Not: The Invisible Dances Act 3 (The Medium), directed by Bock & Vincenzi, nottdance, Nottingham; KunstenFESTIVALdesArts, Brussels; Laban Theatre, London; La Condition Publique, Roubaix
2005 L’Altrove: The Invisible Dances Act 2 (The Medium), directed by Bock & Vincenzi., Teatro alla Tese, International Theatre Festival, Venice Biennale
2004 Prelude: The Invisible Dances Act 1(The Medium), directed by Bock & Vincenzii. Clore Studio, Royal Opera House, London
2001 London’s Burning (Coroner), London Weekend Television
2001 From Morning to Midnight (the Empress), by David Sawer, directed by Richard Jones. English National Opera, London
2000 The Remains of Foley and McColl (Yvette), written by John Foley and Hamish McColl; produced by Lissa Evans. BBC Radio 4
1999 The Tempest (Prospero), by William Shakespeare, directed by Nick Philippou. Actors Touring Company; Lyric Theatre & UK tour
1999 The Escort (Anne’s Mum), directed by Michel Blanc. Pathé Productions.
1998 Our Mutual Friend (Mrs Vaneering), directed by Julian Farino. BBC 2 television
1997 Surviving Picasso (Plummy/Peachy), directed by James Ivory. Merchant Ivory Productions
1994 Third Movement choreographed by Matthew Hawkins, directed by Deborah May. Channel 4 television
1994 Interview with the Vampire (the Seamstress), screenplay by Anne Rice, directed by Neil Jordan. Warner Studios
1993 Fresh Dances for the Late Tchaikowsky choreographed by Matthew Hawkins. Hackney Empire, London
1992 Cracker (Pathologist), directed by Andy Wilson; Granada television.
1991 Die Fledermaus (Champagne), by Richard Strauss, directed by Richard Jones, designed by Nigel Lowry. English National Opera, London
1990 The Witches directed by Nic Roeg, written by Allan Scott/Roald Dahl, produced by Mark Shivas, a Jim Henson Production.
1989 A Flea in Her Ear (Lucienne), directed by Richard Jones, décor by the Brothers Quay, costume design by Sue Blane. Old Vic, London.
1989 The Brooch Pin & The Sinful directed by Joanna Woodward, produced by the National School of Film & Television.
1989 As You Like It (Hymen), by William Shakespeare, directed by Tim Albery, designed by Anthony McDonald, Old Vic, London.
1988 Burning Ambition devised by Theatre de Complicité, directed by Roger Bamford, Screenplay, BBC 2 television.
1979 Thriller (Mimi/Musetta) written & directed by Sally Potter.
Berlin Film Festival and Channel 4 television
Directing, dramaturgy & choreography: 2011 Choreographer Further Fervour, new work for mapdance postgraduate touring dance company, University of Chichester
2007 Dramaturg for Muscular Memory Lane, duet choreographed and danced by Matthew Hawkins and veteran dancer Diana Payne-Myers. Dance Base, Edinburgh
2005 Choreographer Les Mamelles de Tiresias by Poulenc, directed by Stephen Langridge. Guildhall School of Music and Drama
2005 Dramaturg for RED, choreographed by Sonia Sabri with music by Sarvar Sabri.
Tanzhaus, Düsseldorf; Purcell Room, London & UK tour.
2004 Directed My Wardrobe by Camilla Lilleengen with music by Audun Eriksen. Figurteateret i Nordland, Norway
2003 Dramaturg for Silent Rhythms, choreographed by Matthew Hawkins. Linbury Studio, Royal Opera House, London
2002 Dramaturg for work-in-progress of Silent Rythms, choreographed by
Matthew Hawkins, Jerwood Choreography Awards. Jerwood Space.
2001 Dramaturg for Inside Angela’s Box, written and performed by Angela Clerkin. Battersea Art Centre, London.
2000 Dramaturg for Angels & Exiles, choreographed by Matthew Hawkins. Clore Studio, Royal Opera House, London.
1998 Director Tango & Crash by Lindsey Butcher and Jeremy Robins.
Battersea Arts Centre and Circus Space, London & UK tour.
1996 Choreographer Ariadne Auf Naxos by Richard Strauss, directed by Tim Albery, Bayerische Staatsoper, Munich.
1995 Choreographer Nothing Compares to You, written by Bryony Lavery, directed by Gwenda Hughes. Birmingham Rep.
Teaching, Research Fellowships & Residencies 2010 Jette Parker Young Artists Programme; Royal Opera House, London, guest teacher
2008 fast + Dirty: guest mentor on week-long interdisciplinary workshop, Citymoves, Aberdeen
2007 Bristol Directors Group - Directing the Directors: week-long professional development workshop for theatre and circus directors
2006 Circelation - What's the Story? performers workshop
2005 International Workshop Festival - Abstract Vaudeville 2: week-long workshop for performers
2005 Head to Head: Artists inspiring Artists professional development workshop
1988 Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama Focus on Dance Workshop
1988 Dance into Theatre/Theatre into Dance, week-long workshop for English Dance Theatre, Newcastle
1986 week-long Performance Workshop, The Green Room, Manchester:
1984/5 Visiting Lecturer, Fine Art Department; Cardiff School of Art, SGIHE
Bursaries, Research Scholarships & Awards 2008 ACE Research & Development funding for acrobatic workshops in Shanghai, China
2008 British Council research funding for acrobatic workshops in Shanghai, China
2007/8 Cultural Leadership Programme bursary Re-negotiations: Mentoring the Mentors
2004/5 British Council /ACE Artists Links Award
2002 Live Art Development Agency One to One Individual Artists’ Bursary
1999 Paul Hamlyn Foundation Award for Artists
1999 London Arts Drama Research & Development Award for Standing Room Only
1998 Harold Hyam Wingate Foundation Scholarship
1997 ACE Literature Bursary for Rosita Clavel libretto
1996 ACE Combined Arts Research Award, Rosita Clavel
1995 Gulbenkian Foundation New Horizons Bursary
1994 Barclay’s New Stages Award for Tantamount Esperance
1993 London Combined Arts R & D Award for Magic and the Monologue
1992 ACE Theatre Writers Bursary for 'My Mathematics'
1992 ACE Drama Research & Development Award for Horse Operas and the Aria
1991 Barclay’s New Stages Award for The Double Wedding
1989 ACE Drama Research & Devlopment Award for In Search of Excitement
1988 Time Out Dance and Performance Award
Talks, Conference Papers & Symposia 2012 New Dance and Visual Art - panel discussion as part of Remembering British New Dance, curated by Jonathan Burrows and Ramsay Burt, Siobhan Davies Studios
2010 Existential Evidence – courtesy of the artist - illustrated talk for Performance Matters' Performing Idea Symposium,Toynbee Studios, London
2010 Illustrated artist's talk for Movement 12 Salon, Nightingale Theatre, Brighton
2010 Overdressed, Underdressed & Crossdressed - illustrated talk for Memoirs of a Showwoman Symposium, Circusfest at the Roundhouse, London
2010 Rose English discussion with Lucy Cash following screening of The Gold Diggers, 'What If ....' Festival, Siobhan Davies Studios, London
2009 The Gold Diggers - talk with Sophie Mayer, Julie Christie, Collette Laffont, Sally Potter and Rose English following screeing at National Film Theatre, London
2009 Heavenly Horses & Exquisite Equestriennes - illustrated talk for 'Women & Circus' Conference - Festival novog cirkusa, Zagreb, Croatia
2009 Artist's Talk for NOTES on a Return, Laing Art Gallery, Newcastle
2008 Artist's Talk, de Montfort University, Leicester
2007 Heavenly Horses & Exquisite Equestriennes - illustrated talk for Circus Front, the first season of international contemporary circus at the Roundhouse, London
2006 'Europe's Relation to Tradition and the Contemporary' keynote speech for IETM/CAPA China-Europe Performing Arts Symposium, Beijing
2005 Abstract Vaudeville - lecture presentation for 'Variety '- the inaugural exhibition at the re-furbished modernist icon De la Ware Pavilion, Bexhill-on-Sea
2005 Overdressing & Underdressing: the art of wearing a costume talk for Performance Research Forum, Goldsmiths University of London
2003 Tales from the Vienna Woods, Platform discussion with director Richard Jones,
National Theatre, London.
2002 Shifting Aesthetics: Disability and Performance, at London Metropolitan University,
- on collaborating with High Spin Dance Theatre Company
2001 What do we think we know about thought? talk for Strange Behaviour, conference on theatre and mathematics, Suspect Culture, Glasgow,
2001 Overdressing and Underdressing - the art of wearing a costume - talk for V&A Late View, Victoria and Albert Museum, London,
2000 Synaptic Circus talk for Circelation Workshop Week. The Workstation, Sheffield
2000 Daily Dialogue with director Katie Mitchel
The International Workshop Festival, Jerwood Space, London
2000 Artists talk for the exhibition Force Fields - Phases of the Kinetic
Hayward Gallery, London
2000 All-in Opera: exploration, discussion and performance of the opera process English National Opera Studio, London
2000 Sunday Sightlines talk for the exhibition 'Live in Your Head' Whitechapel Art Gallery, London
2000 'Tantamount Esperance: research to performance – Fine Art Dept, Middlesex University
1999 Flying techniques for the stage – talk for Circus Space B/Tech Course
1998 Lost In Music: the place of words in songs. Central St. Martins School of Art
1998 Lost In Music: the place of words in songs. University of Sussex, Performing Arts
1996 What Imogen Grave Said talk for Visualising the Word conference,
Royal Court Theatre in association with Wimbledon School of Art
authored books English, Rose (1998), Rosita Clavel, Artists book; libretto. London: Walks on Water.
English, Rose; Sally Potter and Jacky Lansley (1977), Mounting, Museum of Modern Art, Oxford
articles and chapters in edited books English, Rose (2011), 'Heavenly Horses & Exquisite Equestriennes', chapter in Ivan Kralj (ed), Women & Circus, Mala Performerska scena, Crotia
English, Rose (2010) Artists Notes in Sophia Yadong Hao and Matthew Hearn (eds), NOTES on a Return, Art Editions North, pp 30 - 35
English, Rose (2004), The Witness' text in Bock & Vincenzi, Invisible Dances ... from afar: a show that will never be shown, Artsadmin, London
English, Rose (1992), ‘Walks on Water’ in Deborah Levy (ed), Walks on Water, London, Methuen
English, Rose (1990), excerpt from ‘Plato’s Chair’ + details re: ‘Berlin’ and ‘Death and the Maiden’ in Chris Crickmay and Miranda Tufnell, Body, Space Image, Virago, London, pp 96-97, 162-163, 207