The Nottingham 2015 CPISRA World Games Opening Ceremony will host a spectacular evening of performances from professionals, amateurs and community members.
Tickets are now on sale
Dance4's Jim introduces Matt Fenton (sat in his kitchen in Manchester) to Victor Fung (Middlesex).
Matt Fenton and Victor Fung
Each of the A Place To Dance sessions are now available to watch online for free.
The theme for the opening and closing ceremonies of the Nottingham 2015 CPISRA (Cerebral Palsy International Sports & Recreation Association) World Games have been announced as ‘Aspirations and Transformations’.
‘Aspirations and Transformations' Announced as Theme for Opening and Closing Ceremonies of Nottingham 2015 CPISRA World Games
As part of Dance4's A Place To Dance? event, artist Alison Lloyd led a two-hour walking performance through the parklands surrounding Nottingham Lakeside Arts and on to Wollaton Park on Saturday 20 and Sunday 21 June.
Alison Lloyd (UK)
Contemporary Art Magazine 'this is tomorrow' live streamed yesterday's A Place To Dance session on their website and you can watch it right now, for free.
East Midlands groups who showcased their talents at county and regional events in the Spring will now be showcased at the National Youth Dance Festival.
Wednesday 22 - Saturday 25 July, Plymouth
Over the course of four days, Dance4 will bring the people of Nottingham and further afield together with the aim of making people think about where is a place to dance.
Beth Gardiner, a student from Dance4's Centre for Advanced Training programme and one of the Young Creative Award winners of 2015, talks to ITV Central News about her success story.
18 year old Jamal Sterrett of St Anns has been announced as Young Creative of the Year at Nottingham Young Creative Awards, as well as winner of the dance category, following his submission of a filmed dance piece set next to the tramlines.
Young Creative Awards 2015
Sally chats to Dance4's Marketing & PR Officer, Alex Broughton about her upcoming improvised performance, Hourglass in response to Backlit Gallery's Einstein On The Beach exhibition.
Hourglass, Backlit Gallery 1PM & 3PM Sat 9 May.
Dancer and performance artist Chris Dugrenier and International Relations and Salsa specialist Dr. Francis Jegede talk about choreography, migration and social dancing.
Chris Dugrenier and Dr. Francis Jegede
Candoco Dance Company & Jerome Bel's 'The Show Must Go On' is reviewed by Jacob Seelochan, Nottingham Alternative Film Network.
Over 60 performances across 20 venues and outdoor spaces, 75 performers, and over 20,000 audience members: Nottdance Festival 2015 has been an unforgettable success!
Summer is approaching and we are looking forward to a season where we shine a light on recent successes.
Sneinton-based Backlit Gallery will be showcasing objects from the iconic 1970's opera Einstein on the Beach as part of its latest exhibition - the first time the props have been displayed outside of New York.
Review by Rachel Gorman, Nottingham Post
'MY (Midlands Youth) Dance' is part of U.Dance National Festival 2015, and is a cross-regional youth dance platform that aims to showcase the best youth talent from across the East and West Midlands.
By Northants Herald and Post
Watch Allan Binns of Nottingham's Bohunk Institue share his insight into Candoco Dance Company's restaging of Jérôme Bel's 'The Show Must Go On' which is being performed at Nottingham Playhouse on Friday 17 & Saturday 18 April 2015.
Nottingham's own Allan Binns will perform a leading role in 'The Show Must Go On' at Nottingham Playhouse
The exhibition is supported by Nottingham’s Dance4, New York's Dissident Industries Inc. and Paula Cooper Gallery, and Centre Georges Pompidou in Paris.
Nottingham's Backlit Gallery exhibits work from the curators of 1976's opera 'Einstein On The Beach', for the first time in the UK.
Check out some of the highlights of the festival. Tweet us @Dance_4 and tell us what your favourite #nottdance moments were.
Following the premiere of Candoco Dance Company & Jérôme Bel’s The Show Must Go On at Sadler’s Wells on 20 & 21 March, audience members give their impressions and thoughts.
Candoco Dance Company & Jerome Bel
The cast of The Show Must Go On share their experiences of performing in this one-of-a-kind show!
Joe Gaten reviews 'Inside Opulence' by Jack Webb performed at Nottingham Contemporary as part of Nottdance 2015
Ruby Rosa Daley reviews Rosemary Butcher In Conversation during Nottdance 2015 on Nottingham Alternative Film Network