Access to iC4C

Access to iC4C

Dance4’s international Centre for Choreography (iC4C) is an exemplar creative facility from which Dance4 invests in artists’ practice and delivers specialist support and space for the research, production and distribution of new choreographic work.

The centre is the go-to centre for inclusive dance thanks to its facilities, philosophy and expertise. We encourage people to work with us from all backgrounds and abilities.In order to continue to engage with a diverse set of people we are always looking for proposals as to how we could make our centre and all our activity more accessible to you or your group in the future, we would love to hear from you.

We look forward to welcoming you. If you have any question or just wish to talk things through before your visit then don't hesitate to call us on (0115) 924 2016 or email info [at] dance4 [dot] co [dot] uk

international Centre for Choreography
2 Dakeyne Street,
Nottingham NG3 2AR


Getting Here
The international Centre for Choreography (iC4C) is located in the Creative Quarter, on the east side of Nottingham city centre.

Plan your journey comprehensively through the Travel Line Website East Midlands.

From Old Market Square
Walking: 15 Minutes.
Walk up Long Row and Pelham Street past The Council House. Carry on down Goose Gate and through Hockley untill you get to Sneinton Market. Once past Sneinton Market, take a right on Bath Street and then a left on Carlton Road. Continue on Carlton Road untill you reach King Edward Park. Turn right once you get to Dakeyne Street, directly before King Edward Park, and you will have reached iC4C.


Take number 24, 25 or 27 from King Street bus stop to Handel Street bus stop (via Victoria Centre).

King Street Bus Stop

Handel Street Bus Stop

Tram: You can also get the tram towards Clifton South or Toton Lane and get off at The Lace Market. Trams depart every 6 minutes. From The Lace Market tram stop you will have a 15 minute walk through Hockley and Sneinton Market (see walking route above).

Old Market Square Tram Stop

The Lace Market Tram Stop

From Nottingham Train Station

Walking: 20 Minutes. From Station Street, walk along Trent Street. Turn right and walk along Canal Street towards London Road roundabout. Take Lower Parliament Street exit off the roundabout and walk all the way along Lower Parliament Street past Motorpoint Arena then turn right down Carlton Road until you get to King Edward Park. Once you arrive at King Edward Park take a right up Dakeyne Street, immediatly before the park.

Bus: Green Line number 8 from Nottingham Railway Station (Stop number 1) then get the 100 Pathfinder from Victoria Centre Stop W4, then get off at the Handel Street bus stop.

Nottingham Station Bus Stop Number 1

Victoria Centre Stop W4

Handel Street Bus Stop

Tram: You can also get the tram towards Phoenix Park or Hucknall and get off at The Lace Market. Trams depart every 6 minutes. You will then have a 15 minute walk through Hockley and Sneinton Market (see walking route above).

Nottingham Station Tram Stop

The Lace Market Tram Stop

From East Midlands Airport:
Via public transport: 1hr2minutes. Get the Skylink bus outside the terminal building to Clifton South Park & Ride and then take the tram from Clifton South to The Lace Market Stop.

Via car: 28 Minutes.

Park & Ride
There are 9 park & ride sites around Nottingham.

Visit Nottingham City Council website for park & ride details around the city.

Useful local transport websites:

Nottingham Express Transit (Tram)

Nottingham City Transport (Bus)

Nottingham Train Station

Taxi Companies
DG Cars 0115 9500 500
Royal Cabs 0115 9509 609 (wheelchair accessible)

iC4C is situated in the Space 2 building, which spans the length of the first half of Dakeyne Street and as such is built on a slight incline.

Parking: Space 2 has a small car park with twelve spaces & two blue badge spaces.

Please note, that the car park is not always open. Please call this number 0115 924 2016 prior to arrival if you wish to use the car park.

Below is a view from the car park gates to the front door. There is not a drop down curb directly infront of the door but there are three drop down curbs on the other entrances and into the goods yard.

iC4C is located on the third floor of Space 2 and is accessed through the third door to the building.
Upon arrival press the buzzer and a member of the Dance4 team will come to meet you. Once through the door you can take the stairs or the lift.

Upon Arrival at Front Desk

There will always be a member of staff in the office to greet you and provide you with any information you may need or assistance. iC4C is situated across one floor.

Kitchen/Communal Area/Meeting Room

Foyer and kitchen area can be used when hiring any area or working at iC4C. As well as benches, arm chairs, high stools and a sofa, fold-up chairs and tables are also available subject to availability.  The kitchen has an adjustable height sink, microwave, toaster and fridge. Assistance dogs are welcome and water can be provided upon request. The centre has been designed with colour contrast with easy visual access in mind.

Studio 1

Studio 2

Studio 3

Entrance to Studio 1

Entrance to Studio 2 and examples of bag/shoe stores

Storage in Studio 1 & 3

All studios are large with plenty of natural light, and good air conditioning/temperature control and storage space. The studios also have a loop system installed. Please call us on 0115 924 2016 to discuss your specific requirments when using/working in the studios.

Other Facilities

Two changing rooms, including wet room/disabled toilet, shower and baby changing facilities are available.


We are in the procces of making our website more accessible and will continue this work over the coming months. We are currently tagging all our images and any links with detailed descriptions.

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