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Posted:Its All Go!!!



the new uberevents website is now ready!



uberevents.org



it has AAAAAAAAAAALLLLLLLLLLLLLLL the info on UberParis:

follow the links through 'upcoming events' to UberParis biggrin



the booking form is the last menu item...



much smiliness at ubercentral biggrin



here is the general info:




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General Info

It starts at 1pm on Friday the 15th June, and finishes at 8pm on Sunday 17th June.

It's at the Gymnase DUPLEIX, place Dupleix, 28 rue Edgar FAURE, 75015 Paris.

It's being hosted by the amazing Burn Crew Concept.

Its going to be slightly different to UberEurope: there will only be workshops and shows (and breakfast on Saturday and Sunday, but not other meals) at the venue: we decided that it was better to have people coming to the venue JUST for the workshops, not staying there as well. This means better focus = better workshops = a better event. Yippeeeee.



Teachers

The following UberTeachers will be providing workshops for this event:



Meast (BCC)

Jay (Fire Fantasy)

Steph (Fire Fantasy)

Olive (Paris)

Dave Knox (Flame Oz)

Ronan (Ireland)

Ros (JAM)

Rob (Uber, JAM)

Meg (MCP)



Click here to find out just what they'll be teaching you (info will be constantly updated).



Tickets

There is a limited number of tickets, and there are 4 price levels:



Early Bird (first 20, or until April 1st, whichever comes first) - 65Euros

Professional Performer (limited to 20) - 65 Euros

Full Price (advance) - 75 Euros

Full Price (on door) - 80 Euros



To book, please fill out the booking form, and you will be contacted with details of payment.



Accommodation

Unfortunately we were unable to arrange accommodation at the venue this time. So this is what we're doing: If you can find a place to stay in Paris, please do. If you can't find somewhere to stay please mark YES in the 'Accommodation Required' box on the booking form. We will then put you in touch with an obliging host, however spaces are limited so do please try to find somewhere to stay beforehand.



Travel

Here is a map showing the approximate location. We will update it with a more accurate one including details of buses and metro routes.



From the UK:

Eurostar bookings are not available until the 14th of February for the 14th of June. I will be trying to arrange a promotional deal for those travelling, but am not yet sure of the minimum numbers needed. Eurostar is the quickest and most environmentally friendly way to get to the centre of Paris from the centre of London.



National Express have a return from 37 from London, if you are happy to be a little more squeezed.

If you are travelling by car/van from the UK, please do not travel alone: it is cheaper and again more environmentally friendly to share travel with others, not to mention more sociable! Speedferries currently have the cheapest channel crossing - 60 return fare for 4 people in a car, or 80 return for 3 or 4 people in a van.



From other countries:

I would like to fill up this section with cheap travel options from various countries. If you know the website for cheap, environmentally friendly travel in your country, please email me the details and I will add them on the website and here.



Austria]http://www.oebb.at/vip8/pv/en/Travel_within_Europe/Discount_products/]Austria



All travellers:

If you really must fly (here is a reason why you shouldn't), please at least offset the carbon you use, with climatecare.org. Thank you for helping to keep our world a better place.









Ready to book your place? Follow this link

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Posted:I think you should call it L'Uber Frog....heh heh heh
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Posted:loooooool



some find it funny, others don't....



so to keep it peace we're going to stay on the basic UberParis



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Posted: Written by: Knoxious


I think you should call it L'Uber Frog....heh heh heh
:P


come on dude, if you're around, it's gonna be :
L' UberGayFrog ubblol
looking fwg to finally seeing you in Paris
it's gonna be badass, even Kyle Mc Lean is coming ubbloco ubbrollsmile
who are the other Aussie coming ?


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Posted:Can we book places yet? xxx

tHeReS gOoD aNd EvIl iN EaCh InDiViDuAl fIrE, iDeNtIfIeS nEeDs AnD fEeDs OuR dEsIrEs.

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Posted:VERY soon bounce2

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Posted:Erf no tell me its a joke this new dates are really not good for me .. frown

>> all is full of love <<

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Posted:oh noooooo!! umm
no it's not a joke and you better be there!!!! biggrin


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Posted:ubbcrying

say it isn't so, julien......?


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Posted:i am excited, i like browsing the net on my wiiiiiiii

I like Languages.

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Posted:hello I'm from france and I already hear something about this,
so I think I will be there...
but finally what are the real dates ???????????? shrug shrug weavesmiley
ubbrollsmile


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Posted:ROOOOOOOBBBBB more info needed

I like Languages.

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Posted: Written by: bluecat



hello!



as you may have noticed we have changed the dates for Uber, so as not to clash with FeuerKunst...



it is now the following weekend, on the 15th, 16th and 17th of June...



shove it in yer diaries!



biggrin





Try reading the thread, people!

The start date is even in the title! ubbloco

Unless you;re French and reading English takes you ages. In which case ask and someone will tell you wink


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Posted:the dates are confirmed: as gabe said, the 15th-17th June

nate, calm down, and wait one more day for the new site to be proof read, pleeeeaaaase???


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Posted:Its Ready!


uberevents.org

it has AAAAAAAAAAALLLLLLLLLLLLLLL the info on UberParis:
follow the links through 'upcoming events' to UberParis and the booking form is the last menu item...

much smiliness at ubercentral

all the info is also about to be inserted into the first post.

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Posted:[Quote] Ronan's workshops

2) Hybrids

Same and split time, switching which hand isolations, realising that hybrids can go anywhere you make an isolation. *These are different hybrids to those in Olives class - please ask on the forum for a direct response from the teachers* [/Quote]

biggrin I'll ask biggrin



And another question...in the price are included workshop or there are additional costs?



Thanx in advance!!!



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Posted:ok, Q1:
olives hybrids are polyrhythmic, ronans are unirhythmic.

more precisely, the word hybrid is defined something like: 'mixing two types of movement' tongue

ronans are normal + iso (a la andy house)
olives are spin + anti spin polyrhythms.

i hope that helps at least a little. i'll try to either get the difference posted, or let them explain better (on that shiny new forum wink )

Q2: there are no additional costs... you'll have to pay for transport, and most of your food, of course, but we will not ask anything more than the entry fee biggrin


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Posted:Cool!
Yep I think I have understand well enought the diffrence!

One proposal... a discussion on "poi-tomorrow" to plan the last day...what do you think about?

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Posted: Written by: bluecat


Its Ready!


uberevents.org


what a beaut! nice work kids! robbie. whoever.
canna wait to foto/time-lapse all the funny kids struggling with their newly learned unilaterally-offbalance-karatekidcranekick-preyingmantis-totallynotrhymic olives and ronans muwahahahaaa!! biggrin sweet pickins for the paparazzi ubbrollsmile

oh btw on my way to booking, i unawares ran into this horrific grammatically-challenged bit on the UberParis info page:
Full Price (on door)

and i just couldn't go on - it crashed my browser like only micro$oft could eek

i mean, on door? wtf? Or is this another silly islander thing?? wink


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Posted:it's a british thing: you pay on the door. what is it for you amero-europeans?

smile

i like it Accaio; i'll be compiling a list of 'other stuff' that will hopefully get fitted in, somewhere...

smile


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Posted:at the door.

so you get ON the door to pay? sounds kinky... silly peoples!


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Posted:We Aussies understand either cos we are cool multicultural adaptive sort of creatures. But *on the door* sounds posher cos it's like Rob talks. Cos he's well posh.

Indeed, congrats on the site, Rob, well done. Gotta love the history page wink ubblol


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Posted:ubblol - well posh indeed ubblol

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Posted:rob
as i plan to come too meet people and play rather than to experience workshops,will there be an area for playing and burnining at night???


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Posted:there is a park just next to the venue, and a much bigger one (the champs de mars) about 5 minutes away, where there will almost certainly be play ing on the friday and sunday nights. (or at another venue, cunningly revealed by the people who actually live in paris wink ) on the saturday there will be a large fire party, hosted by BCC.

i'm NOT POSH

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Posted:see ya there posh boy

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Posted:incidentally, here's a list of the workshops we have so far. more to be added:





Olive's workshops



Staffs:

1) Crosses and multi-stickery

How to handle & transfer cross. How to shape geometry with more than 2 staffs

Multi staff & double-cross manipulation: application to dual-plane isolation (having two staffs isolated like with doubles and the two others spinning a standard doubles pattern) & crossers .. and maybe a few throws.



2) Doubles 1-beats

People usually forgot to use 1 beats which are easy to turn around and move with.

This workshop is here to cover that gap, and the different ways to grip a staff to make single beats: How to make continuous 1 beat spinning in wall-plane, side plane and practically everywhere. Application to crossers, walking on a line & further on to Nick's "circling circles"



Poi:

3) Hybrid & circling circles

Being able to do something totally different with right & left hand, and its application to Nick's "circling circles" & continuous warping/unwarping, and walking on a line.

Having one hand doing a different driving style to the other (where 'style' means pendulum, spin, giant, semi-isolated, isolated). This definition of hybridness implies/underlies poly-rhythm



Rob's workshops



1) Poi: Airwraps

Theory, placement, discussion, variety. This will also have some tangliness in it. Designed toward those who can already airwrap, but basic wraps will be taught.



2) Anything: The Workshop Workshop

A workshop in how to prepare for a workshop.

OR

Something else entirely, but non spinning based ;o)



Also, at some point over the weekend I will chair a discussion about the future of Uberevents.



Ronan's workshops



Poi:



1) Stretching circles

Moving circles in lines to create spin + antispin patterns.



2) Hybrids

Same and split time, switching which hand isolations, realising that hybrids can go anywhere you make an isolation. *These are different hybrids to those in Olives class - please ask on the forum for a direct response from the teachers*



3) Throws

To and from anywhere.



4) Antispin & spin + lines

Moving through patterns and direction. Changing to create new patterns, and less sense.



Ros' workshops



Anything:



1) Performance Games

Games and exercises designed to develop essential performance skills including timing, awareness, teamwork, anticipation and audience awareness. Will make you concentrate, focus, giggle, work together and balance things on your head.



2) Chance!

An fun way of developing sequences, finding new combinations and playing with unusual links between moves.



3) Routine Building

One of the most successful Uber-workshops, based on a concept by Manu Laude. Creating individual/group routines over a couple of hours by learning a basic set of movements and developing them with your own style. The workshop finishes with a show for all those not sensible enough to have done the workshop.



Meg's workshops



1) Double Staff: Contact Doubles.

Staff on Staff Contact style doubles. Teaching the fundamentals of this style, plus various other contact doubles patterns most of them very old school, some of them very difficult.



2) Single Staff: Making contact look better.

Discussing some theory of Contact Staff, and learning how much extra movement you can put in while still successfully completing the movement. Adding character to your tricks and working on good footwork.



3) Double Staff: Inside Planes.

Short staffs! Inside planes, inversions, horizontal, inside anti-spin and isolation, and other tomfoolery that you can only do with short doubles. (1.2m is my maximum length, 1m or less is good if you have short arms, or are short, or just want to make it all easier.)



4) Anything: learning theory.

How to learn more efficiently, easily, and with the best technique. This workshop will start with some obvious (to me) advice about how to make learning easier. It will cover more sutble and unobvious tips and then onto more specific techniques and ways to structure your practice. Then evolve into a sharing of techniques and question answering session. This is general advice and can be applied to any prop. (And it was all from different sources, some juggling, some spinning, some music etc.)



5) Video: Video making workshop.

How to make and edit videos. Video camera, cables, tape types, transferring to computer, composing shots, locations, editing, programs, software. hardware.



Meast's workshops



Staff:



1) double staff antispin/isolation



2) contact staff



3) double contact staff

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Posted:not yet, sorry...

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Posted:any details on daves workshop?

mcp,i hope you dont mind if i sit out 1to3 and sit in for 4 and 5?four is of particular interest....very intrerested to see if you come up with anything to assist an obsessive northern monkey juggle


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