When Annie-Lunnette left Middlesex University in 2005 she set up a dance theatre company called C-12 Dance Theatre, alongside Adam Towndrow and Nasae Evanson. During her years of working in this company her roles included teaching, choreographing, producing and running this small to mid-scale dance company, that made indoor and outdoor productions that toured across the UK and Europe. Annie-Lunnette devised, choreographed and produced a multitude of works over a 12 year span, and of the many many many highlights of her time with C-12 Dance Theatre, evidence of a few shows can be seen here;
Trolleys (2012-2018), a production which toured for several years, directed by Shaun Parker, that Annie-Lunnette assisted and produced, was an outdoor 20 minute supermarket trolley ballet of physical feats and beautiful fluidity, having the chance to take this show across Europe and Australia was an absolute career highlight of hers!
Shhh! (2013-2016) Annie-Lunnettes’ concept and choreography, as a full length indoor production set in a library exploring themes of community cohesion, the love of books and reading as a passionate force for escapism, and destruction of the closing down of these public community spaces.
The Van Man (2012), Annie-Lunnettes’ (concept and choreography) was a short outdoor production set in and around a Luton Van that explored themes of isolation, loneliness and being on the road while striving for genuine connections with others.