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Funding awards

  • 2012-2013: £468,300
  • 2013-2014: £479,071
  • 2014-2015: £491,527

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LUSTRUM AFTERMATH

Documentation of LUSTRUM AFTERMATH
Saturday12 July, Neville Studio, Nottingham Playhouse

Live Bolero - Learn the Moves

If you want to get involved with Live Bolero simply watch the clip above and use the tutorial to learn the final section of Torvill and Dean's Bolero ready to perform alongside local performers and artists at the events below:

Saturday 5 July - So Festival Skegness
Saturday 12 July - Big Dance Weekend, Nottingham
Sunday 13 July - Highland Gathering, Corby

Live Bolero is co-commissioned by Dance4 and the Foundation for Community Dance for the Big Dance Weekend 2014 in association with So Festival, artsNK, The Core, Corby and Nottingham Playhouse.

Choreographed by Jeanefer Jean-Charles.

http://dance4.co.uk/young-people/project/big-dance-2014/news/2014-06/big-dance-regional-highlights

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Black Cats Can See In The Dark But Are Not Seen

Trailer for 'Black Cats Can See In The Dark But Are Not Seen'

This work is done by Dinis Machado with David Cabecinha and Jorge Jacome from Portugal. A snippet of the performance that comes from Dinis's fascination with provisory or temporary structures and nomadic ways of life.

Tuesday 14 January, 7pm
Waverly Theatre, Nottingham Trent University

Thursday 16 January, 7.30pm
Chelsea Theatre, London

Suitable for 16+
Contains flashing lights and partial nudity

For tickets to this show please visit the Dance4 website: www.dance4.co.uk

House of Mystery Roadshow

Come and join the House of Mystery Roadshow at a Lincolnshire library near you. Award-winning international artists have been working with local communities to create original interactive dance and performance events inspired by the Creepy House Summer Reading Challenge. Come and experience the captivating world of digital dance performance where you may find yourself on a strange journey between the real and the virtual...

Nottdance Festival 2013 - Susi & Gabi's Salon Part 2 of 2

Susanne Martin and Gabriele Reuter (Germany/UK)
Sunday 10 March 2013, 1.30pm
The Space, Nottingham Contemporary
In conversation with invited guests and the audience, Susi & Gabi's Salon revolves around the idea of improvisation as performance, choreography and research. Susi and Gabi never fail to inspire each other and the audience with their wondering and pondering and by sharing questions and insights into dancers' work with improvisation.
Since 2011 Susi & Gabi have hosted Salons in Berlin, Leicester, Nottingham and Plymouth featuring incredible dancers, amazing performers, artists that are not famous, and those that should be. This time their stunning guests include Pete Shenton, Robert Clark and Dog Kennel Hill Project.
Filmed by Timothy Chesney

Nottdance Festival 2013 - Susi & Gabi's Salon Part 1 of 2

Susanne Martin and Gabriele Reuter (Germany/UK)
Sunday 10 March 2013, 1.30pm
The Space, Nottingham Contemporary

In conversation with invited guests and the audience, Susi & Gabi's Salon revolves around the idea of improvisation as performance, choreography and research. Susi and Gabi never fail to inspire each other and the audience with their wondering and pondering and by sharing questions and insights into dancers' work with improvisation.

Since 2011 Susi & Gabi have hosted Salons in Berlin, Leicester, Nottingham and Plymouth featuring incredible dancers, amazing performers, artists that are not famous, and those that should be. This time their stunning guests include Pete Shenton, Robert Clark and Dog Kennel Hill Project.

Filmed by Timothy Chesney

A Lyrical Dance Concert at the Y Theatre

Some feedback from audience members of the Leicester performance of A Lyrical Dance Concert.

A Lyrical Dance Concert in 60 Seconds

Having a bash at changing the world, one pop hit at a time. Through dance. Yep, dance.

In a mixed-up whirlwind of glamorous divas, guitar solos and gangster rappers, A Lyrical Dance Concert revisits the lyrics of well-loved pop music and transforms their powers through an unlikely choreographic lens.

The show moves through sincere recital, detailed dancing, absurd wrestling match, raucous sing-along, sentimental slow-dance – and even a kind of hip-hop self-help group! Somehow, suddenly, the unexpected pairings of Mariah Carey and Dire Straits, punky shouting and angelic warbling, beautiful frocks and DIY logo-sweatshirts come together to form an experience that is spirited, challenging, and, most of all, a real fun time!

Inspired by the common-knowledge nature of pop songs, A Lyrical Dance Concert asks questions about what is shared and what is individual: what can we do together that we can’t do alone?

Tickets for East Midlands June 2013 tour: http://www.dance4.co.uk/artists/project/lyrical-dance-concert-0

Nottdance2013

Nottdance Festival returns, internationally renowned for its innovative and entertaining perspective that continues to question ‘What can dance be?’

Established 23 years ago, the Nottdance Festival continues to showcase the most exciting dance and performance work happening across the UK and the world.

Working in partnership with Nottingham’s world-class venues including Nottingham Playhouse, Lakeside Arts Centre, Nottingham Contemporary, New Art Exchange and Nottingham Trent University, Nottdance Festival will also be found in alternative venues such as night clubs, independent venues and galleries, shopping centres and public spaces. The Nottdance Festival reaches across the city in cultural collaboration.

With a full festival programme over ten days, this Nottdance Festival edition asks ARE YOU DANCING?

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