Lewis Cooke Bio
Lewis Cooke is a freelance artist based in the UK.
He found his passion for dance while working with National Youth Dance Company (NYDC). During his 2 years with NYDC he worked with Jasmin Vardimon and Akram Khan. Both productions premiered at Sadlers Wells and toured nationally in the UK. Lewis then went on to train at London Contemporary Dance School working with artists such as Hannes Langolf and Baptiste Bourgougnon. Independently Lewis joined Alleyne Dance Internship Programme to begin the creation for his solo "A Time When All Lights Must Be Hidden" a performance at The Place (Resolution) and Sadler's Wells, Lillian Baylis Studio. Lewis was an understudy for Jasmin Vardimon's "Pinocchio". He has performed in the works; "The Borrowers" by OJO Collective, Street Improvisations with Beautiful Creatures & Paco Rabanne, The opening of the V&A Museum, Dundee and "The Adventures of Isabel" which toured rurally around Scotland with Shaper/Caper company, He has also worked with Tribe// company performing “No Sudden Moves” at The Place (Resolution).
More recently Lewis performed the world premier of "Ludum" in Brussels by Anton Lachky Company which will soon be on tour internationally. He is currently performing "Icarus" an outdoor production touring nationally and international this summer with Southpaw dance company.