Our New Look Summer 2017 Brochure Is Here

Our New Look Summer 2017 Brochure Is Here

Find out whats on in our new look Summer 2017 brochure jam packed full of opportunities, research, and performances.

Whats On

There's plenty of extraordinary dance to engage with in the region which we support, with performances like D.A.N.C.E at Attenborough Arts Centre. We've got highlights from our friends like Gary Clarke's award winning show COAL at Nottingham Playhouse and much much more. Lakeside Arts international WHEEE! Festival returns for another year. Be sure to head over to our friends at Lakeside and see family friendly dance like: The Buildy-Uppy Dance Show.

Get Involved

Associate Artist Gillie Kleiman (UK) will be holding an open rehearsal in preperation for her new piece Recreation, whilst in June you can also join Katherine Hall's (UK) Caring Dances workshop, which will explore performing care together with Rosemary Lee and anyone who has a proffessional or personal interest in care.

If physical isn't your thing and free coffee is, then book on to our series of coffee mornings for men only or women only, covering a range of topics in our state-of-the-art international Centre for Choreography (iC4C). 

Young People 

Young people have a feast of dance to enjoy; and in particular our CAT programme has a series of opportunties over the summer period to get involved with dance from a young age; right through to the point of adult-hood.

Whatever your previous experience of dance, you can take part in the CAT Open Taster Session. If you are interested in seeing more then you could go to the End of Year Performance too. CAT also have their annual audition day, of which applications are open now untill Friday 30 June 2017. 


Beyond CAT the Dance4 Discover Dance Summer School is taking place in August. If you are aged 7-11 join us for 5 days of energetic fun. Delivered by Next Door Dance Company in partnership with Dance4.

Research


We are bringing atists, researchers and producers together this season in Talking, Thinking, Dancing an event that will discuss the past, present and future of Practice as Research doctorate degrees. A place to experience practice, consider the future of doctorate research and how knowledge creation and artistic practices could lead the future of the dance and choreographic field.

Sneak peek into our Autumn Season

We introduced a new category to our new-look seasonal print to let you find out first about some of the things we will have on in the next season. This will include Rosanna Irvine's (UK) Breathing Line, Colette Salders' (UK) Learning From the Future and Lucy Suggate's (UK) Ways of Seeing, Ways of Being amongst others.

We hope you find something for you in our new brochure, you like the look of it and we look forward to seeing, speaking and working with you over the summer season. 

Look out for the FREE copies throughout Nottingham and see it online here.