DanceEast To Host U.Dance 2018

Following four days of youth dance celebrations in Birmingham earlier this year to mark One Dance UK’s U.Dance 2017, it was revealed that DanceEast will host the national event for the first time in 2018. Each year, the U.Dance festival showcases a selection of dance groups from all over the country, as well as providing young people with the chance to take part in workshops and masterclasses with dance industry professionals, and inspire each other with a love of dance. The 2018 festival will run in July, across both DanceEast…

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Joss Arnott Dance’s

Joss Arnott Dance’s new programme for 2017, will take its audiences on a gripping journey through powerful and heart-pounding choreography, that has established the company as one of the most exciting voices in British contemporary dance. The company will perform at DanceEast’s Jerwood DanceHouse on Friday 6th and Saturday 7th October, joined by DanceEast’s Centre for Advanced Training students for a unique curtain-raiser ahead of the Saturday show. Created in collaboration with the some of the industry’s foremost, award-winning dancers, composers and designers, Arnott’s new triple bill consists of two…

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DanceEast and CAT

DanceEast Centre for Advanced Training (CAT) is one of ten national centres that identify children and young people aged between 10 and 18 years with exceptional potential in dance. The nationwide scheme aims to develop, create and inspire the next generation of dance artists, choreographers and dance leaders. By cultivating young dancers at a critical stage in their development, the scheme prepares students for entry into the world’s leading vocational and higher education institutions and on to successful and rewarding careers in dance. The DanceEast CAT is looking for young…

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Dance For Dementia

This January, DanceEast is launching a brand new programme of classes for people living with Dementia and their family carers, in partnership with New Adventures & Re:Bourne and Dementia Pathfinders. The classes are designed for family carers and those they support in the early stages of Dementia to share the experience together. The classes create the opportunity to socialise with like-minded people, benefit from improved mental and physical well-being and most importantly have fun in a high quality, energising dance class. Re:Bourne, the educational charity of Sir Matthew Bourne’s New…

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