About me

Fleur is a Midlands based emerging, diverse artist of Moroccan-British heritage, who has led several Arts Council funded projects – 

  • ‘Lunar’ project for women over 30 which used dance to explore what it means to be a woman and create a supportive group for woman to share their experiences.  During this project she was mentored by Laura Vanhulle and created a curtain raiser for premiere of Vanhulle Dance Theatre’s Yin. 
  • She  received Emergency Funding to continue the workshops during lockdown; and for VDT’s emergency funding she was mentored by Rebecca Randall, exploring teaching and  facilitating and  best practices in community work
  • Kindred:Our Roots Entwined Kindred is a multi-disciplinary project run by Fleur Hall in collaboration with artists in the Midlands, Bristol and Wales.  It explores our individual and collective relationship with nature through dance, music, photography and the written word. The individual creations interact,  weaving a narrative that explores who we are when we immerse ourselves in the world around us and how Nature can change us as much as we change it.  This project has resulted in a 2 week exhibition and film screening at The Hub at St Marys and several outdoor workshops for adults and families.

She is also company dancer with ME Dance Company and assistant to Artistic Director, Marcia Edwards and Company Producer.  As a part of ME Dance she has worked in Mania, Historical Ties: A Journey Like No Other, Oceans of Independence and Black Country Stories

Fleur has been mentored by Birmingham Dance Network and was awarded a free day in Dance Hub Birmingham’s studio for the 15 Ideas Call Out. She was assistant producer for BDN’s Introducing 2019 & BDN Weekender in October 2019.

She has also worked with Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery for ‘This is a Gallery & the Gallery is Many Things’ helping children explore ideas about contemporary art through dance inspired by the exhibition

Fleur is a dancer with Haripa Dance, a bhangra group, performing nationally & winners of UK Bhangra Awards best dance group 2018 and 2021.  The group appeared on BBC Midlands Today.

She has taught a range of ages an abilities both in private lessons, and for other organisations such as Mercurial Dance, Nicholson and Vanhulle Dance Theatre. 

Photo: Anastasia Jobson
Photo: Anastasia Jobson