See what Nottingham's venues, restaurants, and hotels are offering Nottdance Festival ticket holders.
12th February
Be the first to see the trailer featuring some of the highlights in this year's Nottdance Festival.
12th February
From the beautiful and kitsch to the weird and wonderful, we'd love to see what you have to offer in - you gussed it - under 3 minutes!
12th February
Alison Kirkman from the Left Lion attended Nottingham's U.Dance County Platform, Episodes. Presented by Dance4.
3rd February


Dance4 presents the 24th Nottdance Festival. Nottingham's own biennial international dance and performance festival that continues to platform artists exploring new territories.
30th January
Book your tickets for Nottdance 2015
Dance4 is re-advertising two senior management roles, and there are deadlines coming up for two other posts in February 2015.
28th January
Updated news on our recruitment
Award-winning choreographer Tamsin Fitzgerald and Eddie Kay for Frantic Assembly present Dreaming in Code, an explosive, visceral, brand-new double bill performed by one of the UK’s most innovative male dance companies.
23rd January
2Faced Dance Company
Dance4's Stuart hosts a conversation between Professor Judith Burnett and choreographer, dancer and musician Chris Owen.
22nd January
Professor Judith Burnett and Chris Owen
Preview of new double bill 'Murmur and Inked' by multi-award winning company Aakash Odedra and Damien Jalet.
14th January
YOUNG dancers from across Nottinghamshire have been chosen to appear at Nottingham Playhouse as part of Dance4’s U.Dance festival.
5th January
Taken from Nottingham Post


Dance4 is recruiting for four roles in our team, with deadlines in January and Feburary 2015.
16th December
We are currently advertising four roles
Dance artist Christopher Owen will be in residency with us in the New Year from 5 – 9 Jan 2015.
16th December
Nottdance Festival 2015 will take place from 5-15 March presenting over 40 diverse, thrilling, profound, risk-taking, funny and provocative performances and events.
12th December
Save the Dates!
This season sees dance work across the region with artists from across the world. You can see the U.Dance platforms and we are delighted to announce Nottdance Festival 2015 - our international festival of extraordinary dance and performance.
11th December


Dance4's Centre for Advanced Training are pleased to announce that three of its students have been awarded the opportunity to become National Young Dance Ambassadors for Youth Dance England.
12th November
Chris Dugrenier and Sylvia Rimat talk about their work ahead of their double bill at The Chelsea Theatre, London on 25 November 2014. Hosted by Dance4's Stuart.
12th November
Chris Durgenier and Sylvia Rimat


This is a conversation between Pedro Mechado - Co-Artistic Director of Candoco Dance Company and Emma Hope Newitt - Candoco Local Hero for Nottingham.
21st October
Pedro Mechado and Emma Hope Newitt


This is a conversation between graphic designer and urban historian Chris Matthews (Nottingham, UK) and choreographer and historical urbanist Gabriele Reuter (Berlin, Germany).
25th September
Chris Matthews and Gabriele Reuter
Dog Kennel Hill Project brings TUG to the the Bridgewater Canal in Sale as part of Waterside Arts Centre's W10 anniversary events.
19th September
Friday 26 - Sunday 28 September, Bridgewater Canal
Dance4 is incredibly proud to announce that another 3 of the Dance4 Centre for Advanced Training students have successfully auditioned and gained places with the prestigious National Youth Dance Company.
12th September


This season we are presenting new works across the region and welcoming artists from across the world to be in residence.
11th August
Congratulations to all that took part in Big Dance events and activities across the East Midlands in 2014.
7th August
The UK's biggest celebration of dance
Would you like to take part in a pilot project talking about dance? We are looking for people who would like to talk to dance artists and audiences.
6th August
Dance4 looking for volunteers for pilot project
I have a confession to make. I'm quite a bit weeaboo, but in the best way possible. Whether its the music of Tōru Takemitsu, the films of Yasujirō Ozu, Noh Theatre or even a nice plate of sushi, I can't get enough of Japan.
5th August
Taken from The Sprout.co.uk