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U.Dance 2016

Applications to be part of these sell-out youth dance platforms are now open!
Deadline for applications is Friday 27 November 2015.

Click here to find out how to apply

Save the dates

N.Dance (Northamptonshire)
Saturday 6 February 2016
The Castle, Wellingborough

Qick Shifts' recent shifts

'The driving force behind Quick Shifts is a collective of five female dance artists based in the East Midlands brought together by a shared professional interest in improvisation. Their diverse experience, taste, movement and performance styles make for a challenging and fertile mix.'

Spectacular Artists in Edinburgh and Further Afield

For anyone who is heading to either of these festivals, you should definitely check out the following artists.

Dance4 Autumn Brochure is hot off the press!

In the latest brochure, read about our plans to open Dance4's International Centre for Dance and Choreography in summer 2016. In order to make the final stages of the move fall into place, we are launching Campaign25, which endeavours to raise £25,000 through 25 individual fundraising campaigns.

Nottingham's David Severn shows the New York Times an ex-industrial landscape in photographs

Celebrating his journey, one success to the next!

Having done commissioned work for many projects with Dance4 in the past, David has most recently completed, after several years of research, a series called 'Thanks Maggie' for The Legacy of Coal in England published by The New York Times in June this year.

Gemma Latimer Illustrates Our New Home

The illustrator who has given our campaign vision!

Gemma has created the collage in support of our fundraising campaign to help us move into a new home in summer 2016.

CAT End of Year Performance Success

...full house, beautiful dancers and launch news!

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
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