A duet between paraplegic modern dancer Joel Brown (CandoCo and Axis Dance) and Eve Mutso (formerly principal ballerina with Scottish Ballet) who have a mutual curiosity towards choreography. Here the dancers move through different physical and skeletal structures that alter the relationship, vulnerabilities, power, and virtuosity between them.

Showed as part of the Unlimited Festival at Tramway, Glasgow, 111 was a hit with audiences and critics alike. We are planning to take 111 to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2019 and to go on tour with it during 2020.

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Joel Brown ​(Lead artist) is a paraplegic dancer and singer-songwriter. He has toured extensively throughout the USA and internationally with Brown-Rice Productions and AXIS Dance Company from 2011-2014. He is currently a dancer with Candoco Dance Company since August, 2015.
He has performed work by and collaborated with choreographers such as Trisha Brown, Alexander Whitley, Arlene Phillips, Yvonne Rainer, Marc Brew, Victoria Marks, and Graham Brown.
He has produced two solo music albums and composed for Graham Brown’s A​ppl​e Falling (2013) and You (2015).
He was nominated for an Isadora Duncan Award ​for Outstanding Individual Achievement in Performance in 2013.


Eve Mutso​ (​www.evemutso.com​) is a freelance dancer & choreographer and former Principal Dancer of Scottish Ballet, Scotland’s national dance company.
Her repertory with Scottish Ballet included roles in the works of Ashton, Arias, Balanchine, Bruce, Caniparoli, Darrell, Elo, de Frutos, Forsythe, Hampson, Loosmore, MacMillan, Page, Pastor, Petronio and Pickett. In 2012 she created the leading role of Blanche in Meckler/Lopez Ochoa’s A​ Streetcar Named Desire.

Eve was born in Tallinn, Estonia and graduated from Tallinn Ballet School in 1999, going on to join Estonian National Ballet. She returned to Tallinn in 2011 as Guest Principal to dance the title role in MacMillan’s ​Manon.
In 2014, Eve choreographed ​and performed e​ lEven as part of Edinburgh Festival Fringe programme. This was follow​ed by ​Ink of Innocence in 2015, also part of the Fringe.

In 2016, after leaving Scottish Balle​t, she created ​Unknown, commissioned by Tramway in Glasgow and subsequently also performed at Dance Base in Edinburgh as part of the Fringe.
She also choreographed and danced for a short film ​D​eath As a New Beginning (director Leighton Jones) in 2013 and in 2016 collaborated with Emma Flett for a sho​rt film A​ Dancer’s Journey.

Eve was nominated by the Critics Circle for the 2015 National Dance Award for Outstanding Female Performance (Classical). She has previously been nominated for Best Female Dancer in 2005 and 2013.