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Nott Romeo & Juliet

Film by Owen Davies

Musicians from CRS (Community Recording Studio) took inspiration from Prokofiev’s original ballet score for Romeo and Juliet, and Birmingham Royal Ballet choreographed ten young dancers, using the newly created music.

Dance4 Autumn 2016 Brochure has Landed!

What's even more exciting is that this is our first season of events since moving to the international Centre for Choreography!  iC4C provides the right environment for artists to test and create new work.

Dance4 Supports Non-Graduates Entering the Creative Sector through Recruitment of Creative Apprentice

The apprenticeship is part of national scheme Creative & Cultural Skills, which aims to support non-graduates entering the creative sector. 

Creative & Cultural Skills has put over 4000 young people in apprenticeships alone across the UK since 2008 and Dance4 is delighted to have contributed to that number of young people, for a fifth year.

iC4C Update

iC4C fit-out continues with audio visual and video racks being delivered and installed and rigging of lighting in Studio 1. Finishing touches are continuing to happen with lights and sound equipment in Studio 2 & 3 and our vinyl thank you wall displaying our main funders is now proudly in place on our foyer wall. It is also delivery chaos with our swanky new hot-desking high chairs, foyer sofa and chair as well as our new comfy meeting room chairs all being delivered and our now in place. More to come…

An Update from A Field of Wheat Project

As well as having spent some time on the farm, in the last few months we created a walking event in London for the Field of Wheat Collective (a group of 42 people from around the world who are invested in Peter’s 22 acre field), tracing the history and evolution of wheat trading from 1600 to the present day. The group gathered at Bear Quay on the River Thames and walked through the city of London visiting key sites, including performing readings at 55 Mark Lane, The old Corn Exchange.

Interview with Gary Clarke and David Severn about their work around Britain's coal industry

The two discuss the parallels in their work, what inspired them and some of the very human stories that they came across during their explorations and research.


Videos now online of Dance Improvisation: The Estranged Cousin Symposium

Sally Doughty (UK)

The symposium focused on the status and perception of contemporary dance improvisation from the perspective of artist, producer and venue. We created a space for open dialogue, conversations and provocations through a range of performative presentations, panel discussions and performances.

The BIG Move

On Friday 13 May, we finally made the BIG move to our new home in Sneinton - the international Centre for Choreography.

It was a sad farewell to College Street Centre, which we called home for four and a half years. We are hugely thankful to our friends at College Street Centre.

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