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?
Show 16 more videos
Flash mob at The SPark Children's Arts Festival
Young leaders from Guthlaxton College have been working hard over the past few months to organise and manage the event. They commissioned young choreographer Rachel Farrer to devise the piece based on chinese whispers. Rachel worked with four schools from Leicestershire; Abington Primary, Bushloe High School, Waterleys Primary, and South Wigston High School, who came together on the day and delighted the audience with a spectacular performance.
Happy As Larry Trailer
Award-winning Australian choreographer Shaun Parker is bringing Happy As Larry to the East Midlands. The performance is a mix of ballet, break-dance, roller-skating and highly physical contemporary dance.
The company will also be running post-performance talks and workshops.
DKHP The Devil and The Details
Excerpts from Rachel Lopez de la Nieta's performance of 'The Devil and the Details' for The Place Prize 2010.
Lighting by Beky Stoddart
Performers, Ben Ash, Thom Rackett and Rachel Lopez de la Nieta
Arts Council England is not responsible for the social media content on this organisation's page