Vicki Igbokwe-Ozoagu

Vicki Igbokwe-Ozoagu

Choreographer/Movement Director

Vicki Igbokwe is a Choreographer, Movement Director, Facilitator and the Founder & Creative Director of Uchenna, a London based touring dance company. Her mission is to EmpowerEntertain and Educate through dance and movement, enabling each person she engages with to Think Fierce, Be Fabulous and Live Free Spirited.

Her work in theatre as a Movement Director & Choreographer includes The Enormous Crocodile (Leeds Playhouse); Urine Town (Guildhall School of Music and Drama); Family Tree for Greenwich and Docklands International Festival, Animal Farm (NYT); The Woods and A Kind Of People for the Royal Court, Princess and the Hustler and The Gift for Eclipse Theatre, Red Dust Road for the National Theatre of Scotland, Midlife for Diverse City, The Seven Ages of Patience for The Kiln, Animal Farm for National Youth Theatre, Provok’d and POD (Co-Director) for the Guildhall School of Music and Drama.

As Choreographer for Uchenna, she has created their four touring shows Our Mighty Groove, The Head Wrap Diaries, Hansel and Gretel – A Fearless Dance Adventure and The Head Wrap Diaries – Fierce and Free.

Internationally, she has worked as a Mass Movement Choreographer for Olympic and Paralympic Ceremonies including London 2012, Sochi 2014, Glasgow Commonwealth Games 2014 and the Islamic Solidarity Games in Baku, Azerbaijan 2017.

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