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Financial Times reviews New Art Club's 'Hercules' after a smashing show at the Peacock Theatre, London

The Financial Times review by Louise Levene offers a cheeky glimpse at the kind of show Hercules turned out to be at the Peacock Theatre, London on 24 and 25 July.

So what's not to like about The New Art Club...?

A (shorter) Conversation Place

#7 Matt Fenton and Victor Fung

Nottingham 2015 CPISRA World Games

Tickets are now on sale

Dance4 and City Arts are thrilled to have been commissioned by Cerebral Palsy Sport, the local organising committee for the World Games, and Nottingham City Council to produce the Opening Ceremony.

Opening Ceremony – Sunday 9 August at 7.00pm. Doors open at 6.00pm

A Conversation Place #7

Matt Fenton and Victor Fung

A Place To Dance Sessions Available to Watch Online

Contemporary Art Magazine 'this is tomorrow' live streamed a number of the A Place To Dance? sessions which took place from Thursday 18 - Saturday 20 June at various arts venues across Nottingham. You can now watch the sessions any time you like.

‘Aspirations and Transformations' Announced as Theme for Opening and Closing Ceremonies of Nottingham 2015 CPISRA World Games

Dance4 and Nottingham arts organistion City Arts have been commissioned by the local organising committee Cerebral Palsy Sport to produce the Nottingham 2015 CPISRA World Games' ceremonies programme.

A Long Dance and A Short Walk in Pictures

Alison Lloyd (UK)

Here we present the journey through pictures.

Taking a look at Alison's map before setting off.

The walk begins...

A Place To Dance Session 1 Available to Watch Online

Click here to watch A Place To Dance? session 1 on this is tomorrow's website .

Nottingham asks 'Where is a Place to Dance?'

Stuart Allen, Producer: Artists, Dance4 said, “The Dance4 team and myself are excited to explore the concept of where is a place to dance, with the public and a number of talented artists.  These artists will question and share their thinking about dance within galleries, dance that happens in our urban spaces and dance that offers the opportunity for the public to commission, create and perform.”

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