Cai Tomos is an independent artist who has worked as a performer, director and facilitator of theatre and dance in various contexts. In the last ten years he has created numerous solo works that have toured in the UK, europe, and North/South America.
His work is deeply influenced by the psychological and psychosocial aspects related to dance and dancing. He is interested in making visible through the body those ever changing shifting states of consciousness that arise whilst dancing. His work references autobiographical material and often includes both his languages of welsh and english.
Cai works closely within a community context; teaching and facilitating dance and movement workshops for people of all ages. He is particularly interested in dance for older adults and for those with a diagnosis of dementia. He currently runs various groups in care homes and as an associate artist of Galeri Arts Centre in North Wales where he facilitates movement for wellbeing and a performance company for the over 50s.
He is currently an associate lecturer in dance at the University of Chichester, and is studying at the Institute for Arts and Therapy in Education for his MA qualification as an integrated Arts Psychotherapist.