Carli Trigg grew up inspired by contemporary movement and studied the works of Matthew bourne, Henri Oguike and Christopher Bruce. Choreography was her first passion and she went on to train in Liverpool at Dolphin Dance Studios.
After leaving dance college, Carli went straight into working and training in the commercial industry; appearing in music videos, Film and TV.
Carli has appeared on the BBC 2 series of Peaky Blinders and has recently finished filming for a feature length film with Warner Brothers.
She lived and worked in LA working alongside Dana Foglia (Beyoncé), Rhapsody James (P, Diddy), Shaun Evaristo (ML, Justin Bieber), Tamara & Cloud (The Greatest Showman) to name a few.
Carli is currently taking time to focus on her own movement and choreography and believes in pushing dancers to the next level in a safe space free of judgement.
"I believe in pushing dancers to the next level in a safe space free of judgement."Carli Trigg
Cheshire Dance works within the community and in education settings to enrich young lives through dance. Dance & Young People forms an integral part of the principle Cheshire Dance Programme.
DS Dance is a dance group for people with Downs Syndrome, run in partnership with Down's Syndrome Cheshire , with regular sessions in Winsford, Chester and Crewe.
Inquiring Bodies is a full day event by dance artists, for dance artists in a mutually supportive environment for dance exploration and open dialogue.
A Celebration of Dance in Cheshire and the Creative Case for Diversity, which brings together dancers of all ages, abilities and backgrounds to perform and share their passion for the art form.
Now Northwich is an annual flagship outdoor international dance and street arts festival from Producers Cheshire Dance and Partners
Tear It Up is a young people's dance group from Cheshire Dance, providing commercial dance classes to ages 11+ in Northwich. An inclusive group, Tear it Up welcomes all abilities to these fun and friendly regular sessions which create opportunities to learn, experience
Break It Down is a young people's dance group from Cheshire Dance, providing commercial street dance classes to ages 7-11 in Northwich.
Shining the Spotlight on the mental well being of young people in the town of Winsford, encouraging physical activity and engagement with peers,
Celebrating Winsford town, its people and the local heroes who stepped up to support others during the Covid-19 pandemic.
An adventure through the arts; a free festival dance performances, live bands, percussion parades, creative workshops, a Cine Window installation, great food & drink… and a fantastic vibe!
Cheshire West and Chester Council is committed to celebrating diversity and promoting equality in everything it does, to improve the quality of life for everyone living, working and visiting Cheshire West and Chester.
Customer Service Centres, 1 The Arcade, Northwich
Arts Council England is the national development agency for creativity and culture. Cheshire Dance is a National Portfolio Organisation of Arts Council England.
The Hive, 49 Lever St, Manchester M1 1FN
Down Syndrome Cheshire (Formerly Cheshire Down’s Syndrome Support Group) supports people with Down’s syndrome to live the life they choose by raising awareness of Down’s syndrome, providing support to people with Down’s syndrome and their families and providing best practice education and resources.
Venables Rd, Northwich CW9 5DY
Cine-Window Winsford is a community art project based in Winsford Cross Shopping Centre, that shows home made and handmade films by people in Winsford and beyond.
Winsford Cross Shopping Centre, Dene Dr, Winsford CW7 1AS