With reduced funding, supporting U.Dance across the East Midlands becomes more challenging each year. As a result we are trying new ways to generate funds to support U.Dance activity going ahead next year. For the first time participants can order a t-shirt (see details below). Funds from t-shirt sales will help support U.Dance in 2019. There is no obligation to buy a t-shirt but we feel that the contribution from the profit raised could make a real different to future plans and is a great souvenir for the young people performing in the events.

Spring 2018 Season Announced

Join us for a season of great choreography

Dance4's Artistic Director Paul Russ says:

As Winter turns to Spring Dance4 invites artists from near and far to begin the new year with a programme full of fresh choreographic ideas and perspectives. Whether you’re taking part in their process, watching their performance work or talking about their ideas, there are enthralling opportunities to meet some of the most inspiring artists making dance.

CAT Alumni Achieve Success #6

and now we have chatted to Ruben Brown about his studies and experiences.

CAT Alumni Achieve Success #5

and now we have talked with Heather Birley about her studies and experiences.

'Prepare to have some preconceptions uprooted...'

H2Dance Strangers and Others Review


Strangers and Others is an engaging and frank look at how we interact with other people. Honestly, I wasn’t sure how I would feel about leaving behind the security blanket of being in an audience, but in just a moment I was drawn in like the others and travelling silently guided only by the voice in my headphones.

Nottingham Playhouse & Dance4 Host Gathering

A network event for D/deaf or disabled artists.

In recognition of the under representation of D/deaf and disabled people throughout our industry Dance4 and Nottingham Playhouse have joined forces to host Gathering, a networking event for D/deaf and/or disabled people engaging in choreography or theatre as a performer, director, musician, film maker or writer, both recreationally or professionally.

Dance4 announced as Weston Jerwood Creative Bursary Host

Graduate Dance Artist role created

This nationwide programme supports arts organisations to expand their approach to diverse recruitment and talent development, and build their capacity for outstanding artistic production.  Salaried placement roles have been created that are only open to recent graduates from low income backgrounds, in order to address the under-representation of this group in the creative sector.

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