Dominic Rocca and Christopher Thomas in Limbo

We’ll be commencing rehearsals this week for our upcoming film ‘Limbo’ and excited to have dancers and choreographers Christopher Thomas and Dominic Rocca playing lead roles in the short film.

A commemorative film to mark the centenary of the end of World War One, Limbo tells the tale of two soldiers, locked eternally in a moment in time. Reliving memories of the battlefields of the Western Front.

The film marks the second short dance piece of recent company work capturing narrative dance on film.

Thrilled to have these two artists on board!



Dominic began dancing at West Berkshire Ballet School and as a part of The Cecchetti Classical Ballet Scholarship Scheme. He was also a member of the National Youth Ballet Company for the 2012-2014 seasons and continued his training at Rambert School of Ballet and Contemporary Dance.

Whilst training, he worked with choreographers Mark Bruce, Darren Ellis and Mark Baldwin, and was a recipient of the Charlotte Kirkpatrick award in 2016. Dominic has also worked professionally for Jack Philp Dance.

Dominic will be joining the multi-award winning Mark Bruce Company for the 2017/18 season and has just finished touring their new production of Shakespeare’s Macbeth.



Christopher professionally started acting in London’s West End under directorship of Cameron Mackintosh, Andrew Lloyd Webber and Bill Kenwright before trainig as a dancer.

He then danced vocationally at The Royal Ballet School and Rambert School of Ballet and Contemporary Dance in 2017. He has worked and performed extensively with Rambert Dance Company and for the Mark Bruce Company on their latest production of Macbeth.

Christopher is Co-Director of Retrospect Dance Theatre, the company has performed at various European platforms and premiered it’s first feature length dance film In Light of Those You Love in early 2018. His Awards include the Charlotte Kirkpatrick Award 2016 and the Young Choreographer 2017. He also joins Sadler’s Wells as a Young Associate Artist 2018.