Sadler's Wells is dedicated to bringing the very best international and UK dance to London audiences. They are committed to producing, commissioning and presenting works of the highest standards, crossing the boundaries between different art forms. In September 2012, the Trustees of The Andrew Lloyd Webber Foundation agreed to provide funding over 3 years to support at least 2 participants each year on the "Wild Card" project; a workshop project which supports and develops young, active, dynamic choreographers and producers by offering resources, mentoring from Sadler's Wells professionals, access to professional networks and provides an important platform to showcase their work. The first three artists taking part in "Wild Card" have been chosen. They are: DAN CANHAM. Bristol-based Dan Canham has performed with companies including DV8 Physical Theatre and Fabulous Beast. Alongside his eloquent work, "30 Cecil Street", he invites performance artist Augusto Corrieri and Pig Dyke, a group of 18 riotous Molly dancers from Cambridgeshire, to perform. IVAN BLACKSTOCK. Dancer/choreographer Ivan Blackstock is well known in the hip hop scene and directs BirdGang Dance Company. Inviting dancers from his company, and with live music, Ivan transforms the space in and around the theatre in a strange and startling way. BELLYFLOP. Bellyflop is a London-based online magazine by eight dance artists whose writing activity runs parallel to their contemporary dance and performance practices. Their programme "The BELLY of the Beast" features performances from these contributors alongside guest artists. The Trustees of the Foundation were particularly impressed with the creative development opportunities this project will give to high potential artists at an early stage of their careers.