Marie-Louise is co director of Last Legs Dance Theatre with Peter Anderson thier comapny is based at The Olympus Theatre in Gloucester. She danced for Helen Ganbergs 'Swerve Dance Theatre' 2012 - 2017. She is Artistic Director of Barehoof Performance Equine dance company a creative partner choreographer & performer with Curious Company, who make theamed and beautifully costumed shows for events, festvals and high profile clients. Her Vintage song and dance act The Mary Lou Revue is hugely popular highly engaging top class entertainment & won an Arts Council grant for 2019 project Bedside Cabaret. Previously Marie-Louise danced with Sole Rebel Tap over a period of five years touring across the UK. From1994 - 2002. She performed with internationlly renown Dance Company 'Seven Sisters group' whoes highly acclaimed site-specific and dance theatre productions were presented at The National Theatre, Royal Festival Hall, The Royal Opera House, the V&A museum, Selfridges, St Pancreas Chambers,The Place Theatre & trainsations across the Uk and Europe after which she worked in Girona with Catalan dance company El Paller. Marie-Louise has enjoyed working on many projects over the years with various choreographers and dance makers including Yael Flexer, Rosmary Lee, Lila Dialo, Marc Brew, Tony Adigun Helen Crocker & Robert Hylton. She choreographed and danced for figure head of britpop Jarvis Cocker and American cult rock pop legend Sparks. Work within the entertainment sector has taken her across the UK and abroad performing for BBC, Harrods, Pierre Cardin, Harvey Nichols, star cruises Asia, Yve St Laurent to name a few. She has entertained at a host of celebrity events, parties, award ceramonys, film premieres and music concerts. Marie-Louise received a Dance UK award for inspiring leader of the future 2014 she was a filalist in The Place Prize a major choreogrpaher award in 2005 & nominated for a Total Theatre Award in 2007. She has created Arts Council funded projects and gained grants for a range of exciting collaborations and productions of her own between 2004 -2014. Thease have been a rich range of artisic work from small scale tours to large scale site-specific performance,cross arts projects and dance on film. she has been exemplary in her unique approach to working in collaboration with other art forms including music, design,textiles,sculpture and painting. During the 90s marie-louise provided contemporary / urban dance to music events and festivals across the UK with 'contrived & exaggerated' collaborating with famous DJs and electronic / hip hop music makers of the time as the resident dance company of 'The Big Chill'.