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Anthony Lo-Giudice is an anglo-sicilian dance practitioner based in the North of England, currently creating and touring small-scale dance productions across the UK and Europe with a collective of artists under the alias name of The Palermitan. 


The Palermitan has been creating, touring and educating within the fields of contemporary dance and theatre both nationally and internationally since its inception in 2012 and has engaged with live audiences across the UK and Europe throughout Italy, Iceland, Ukraine, Norway, Czech Republic, Greece, Spain and France.


Their work combines movement, music and theatre to explore multiple themes centered around the human condition (with a continued emphasis on multicultural identity, love, family and societal tensions) whilst working collaboratively with artists from different disciplines to create unique and memorable works that aim to be both distinctly individual and personal to audiences.


Born in 1986 in Palermo, Anthony was brought up in the North of England and raised in a mixed English/Italian upbringing. He studied at Newcastle College, the se.s.ta coaching choreographers program in Czech Republic (under the mentorship of Jean Christophe Pare - director of the Ministry of Culture in Marseilles) and The Royal Ballet School.



"This is more than just dance, its a multi-disciplinary masterpiece"

- NARC Magazine



  • ​Engaging over 13,000 people in the past ten years through live performances across Europe. From small scale tours throughout the UK, to regional, national and international dance and theatre festivals across the continent.

  • A 92% audience capacity attendance for ticketed events. 

  • An education and learning program that has engaged with over 12,000 participants. Credits include Reykjavik Fringe Festival, The Royal Ballet School, The Northern School of Contemporary Dance, Zelyonka Fest in Ukraine, Dance Base, ProDance Leeds, ArtGarage Puzuolli, Dance City pro class, CAT and Degree, YDance Scotland and The Royal Opera House educational program. 

  • Commissions from The Nordic Fringe Network, Dance City, Sage Gateshead, Dance Base, Movimentale Festival Napoli, Rambert Dance Company and The Lowry.

  • ​A growing international touring program developed from performances and residencies in 9 countries including Italy, Catalonia, Czech Republic, Ukraine, France, Sweden, Norway and Iceland. 

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