June 2018

2 June 2018

WALKSHOP: Park
How do we read our surroundings?
Emma Lewis-Jones (UK)
iC4C Nottingham

3 June 2018

Sunday Supplement: Danni Spooner (UK)
A special edition of Dance4's Sunday Supplement series.
Déda Derby

5 June 2018

Silk Road
In collaboration with the renowned classical Indian dancer Mavin Khoo, José Agudo weaves his Flamenco roots with a unique, contemporary style in this universal and personal story of East meets West.
José Agudo (ES / UK)
Nottingham Lakeside Arts Nottingham

10 June 2018

Sunday Supplement: Soft Edges
Soft Edges crosses the borders between you and I, ground and sky, indoors and out, us and them, flesh and air.
Emma Lewis-Jones (UK)
iC4C Nottingham

14 June 2018

Woman:Kind - Celebrating Mindful Living
You are invited to a gentle afternoon of mindful meditation and movement with our specialist practitioners at iC4C studios.
iC4C Nottingham

20 June 2018

When can lawnmowing become dancing?
Open to all, no booking required.
Dog Kennel Hill Project
Lord Nelson Pub Sneinton

23 June 2018

Routes 2018
Dance4’s Centre for Advanced Training (CAT) hosts an event to celebrate the thriving youth dance activity there is across the region and the progression routes available for young dancers wanting to pursue careers in dance.
The Space, Performing Arts Centre Nottingham

24 June 2018

Improvisation Workshop
Join Dance4's Graduate Dance Artist, Bakani Pick-Up to improvise For Studio4.
with Bakani Pick-Up (UK)
Dance4's iC4C Nottingham

26 June 2018

Morning Class
Professional dancers are welcome to join daily classes led by Australian choreographer James Batchelor.
James Batchelor (AUS)
iC4C Nottingham

27 June 2018

Morning Class
Professional dancers are welcome to join daily classes led by Australian choreographer James Batchelor.
James Batchelor (AUS)
iC4C Nottingham

28 June 2018

Morning Class
Professional dancers are welcome to join daily classes led by Australian choreographer James Batchelor.
James Batchelor (AUS)
iC4C Nottingham

30 June 2018

Workshop
Using the bodily and visceral qualities of clay, you will think about how its physicality can move and instruct our bodies into an instinctual movement practice.
Florence Peake (UK)
iC4C Nottingham