Choreographer Morgann Runacre-Temple re-visits her portrait of three powerful women in Mozart’s life by presenting three more from history at North Finchley’s artsdepot on June 5 at 7.30pm.

Dancers Bim Malcomson explores of the humour of being human and has used music from Joby Talbot’s Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland for her exploration of ideas from Lewis Carroll’s imaginative world.

Former Royal Ballet and Rambert soloist Hubert Essakow presents encounters between live music and dance inspired by Robert Schumann’s Märchenbilder. Viola and guitar duo Elliott Perks and Tom Ellis have arranged Schumann’s Marchenbilder to be played live for Hubert Essakow’s dances with space and gravity.

Finally, in the centenary year of votes for women in this country, Royal Ballet artist Erico Montes was drawn to the music of a forgotten Afro-American composer Florence Price.

His choreography and process has richly enhanced the dancers’ feeling for flow and ‘epaulement’ (shouldering).

Artistic director, Jennifer Jackson, says: “The dancers you see specialise in classical ballet in their professional training at London Studio Centre. Three second year students are joining the graduating class on tour and all have been involved in working with choreographers, designers, musicians, production staff, repetiteurs and teachers over the past three months to create the programme.

“Each ballet grows from a unique creative process through which the dancers develop as versatile collaborative artists, honing professional skills that are required to meet the diverse expressive and performative demands of the ballet today.

“It is a great privilege to work with these artists and alongside the excellent educators at London Studio Centre. I am hugely thankful for their contributions and support of Images’ work and our exploration of ballet as creative artistic practice.”

artsdepot, 5 Nether Street, Tally Ho Corner, North Finchley, N12 0GA. Details: 020 8369 5454,