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CAT Alumni Achieve Success #1

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Josh Atwood
Josh joined Dance4 CAT in its pilot year in 2009. Josh had a very successful time with us, featuring in our Changing Perceptions project and gaining a place with the National Youth Dance Company in 2013. Josh left CAT to continue his training full time at London Contemporary Dance School in 2015.

Children storm the stage with awkward questions for grownups

by Lyn Gardner, Guardian

'Children are increasingly taking over our stages, working alongside professional theatre makers, and the results are often invigorating, challenging our expectations of both childhood and performance. [...]

Reflections on The Talking Place, Nottingham

Part of Men & Girls Dance

Hosted by Fevered Sleep Associate Artist Luke Pell, The Talking Place provided an open space in which you could find out more about the Men & Girls Dance project, but it also offered time for reflection, questioning and discussing the project's themes and their relation to this place and time.

Dance4's international Centre for Choreography is brimming with activity this autumn.

iC4C is alive with visiting artists this Autumn. Connecting with the building's rich heritage, we have a vibrant array of artists coming to develop, share and distribute new work in this repurposed factory building.

NBS's Thinkubator challenge

Dance4 went to Thinkubator looking for new ideas to support Campaign25. Campaign25 was a series of twenty five fundraising campaigns to raise £25,000 from public donations to open a new international Centre for Choreography in Nottingham in Dance4's twenty fifth year.  Sarah Tutt, Head of External Relations & Business Development at Dance4, said:

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