The wheat is now a tall, whispering field of green...
Choreographer Gary Clarke speaks to photographer David Severn about the parallels between Gary’s contemporary dance show COAL, which was recently on at the Nottingham Playhouse following a national tour and David’s photography project Thanks Maggie.
On Saturday 12 March 2016, Sally Doughty and Dance4 hosted the Dance Improvisation: The Estranged Cousin Symposium at Attenborough Arts Centre, Leicester.
Sally Doughty (UK)
The establishment of and move to Dance4's international Centre for Choreography, Friday 13 May.
Sneinton hosiery factory gets repurposed into a exemplar creative hub for the City of Nottingham. See how the building has gone from derelict to Dance4.
We are thrilled to bring to you a special silver edition brochure, celebrating 25 extraordinary years of Dance4 and also letting you know about the varied and rich events and performances that are taking place this summer.
On Thursday 31 March Dance4 celebrated 25 years of extraordinary dance in style at the resplendent Nottingham Council House Ballroom.
We are so grateful to our sponsors for generously supporting our Charity Celebration & Benefit Gala on Thursday 31 March.
Don your most glamorous outfit, enjoy a glass of prosecco or two and join us for an evening of distinguished dance and fabulous food in the glorious splendour of The Ballroom at Nottingham's Council House.
A number of the artists in our current programme have each been asked eight questions and were encouraged to respond with honesty and spontaneity.
On Thursday 31 March, Dance4 is hosting a Charity Celebration and Benefit Gala to celebrate 25 glorious years of Dance4 and raise funds for our new International Centre for Dance and Choreography in the heart of Nottingham.
We teamed up with Nottingham City Transport for Light Night on Friday 5 February and gave the people of Nottingham a trip to remember!
On Friday 15 and Saturday 16 January, Dance4 staff and volunteers grabbed the donation buckets, matching t-shirts and a stash of flyers and got down to the Marks and Spencer food hall in Nottingham city centre.
M&S customers give generously at the tills.
We are thrilled to share with you a few new images of our new building - it's come a long way!
Youth Dance England’s Director, Linda Jasper, and Veronica Jobbins, Co-Chair of Programme Board: Children and Young People’s Dance, have worked with the Department for Education to ensure that schools have information on how to access dance.
Dance4's Emma hosts another in the series of A Conversation Places involving artists that integrated food (specifically soup) in different ways within or around their practices.
Leo Burtin and Dinis Machado
Dance4's Sarah hosts the first in a series of A Conversation Places involving artists that integrate food (specifically soup) in different ways within or around their practices.
Donna Rutherford and Dinis Machado
The draft article available to download below reports on interim findings from a research project by Sally Doughty and Marie Fitzpatrick.
2015 has been an amazing year of dance development in the region, so here we'd like to shine a light on just some of the work we've done this year.
See our highlights from the past year
We're excited to share our spring 2016 programme of events, activities and performances with you in the form of our brand new brochure and new events now listed on the website.
Left Lion's dance writer, Alison Kirkman met with our Chief Executive and Artistic Director Paul Russ to chat with him about Dance4's refurbishment of an old factory in Sneinton's Dakeyne Street.