Dance Festival Croydon 2019 showcases and celebrates contemporary dance.
Curated by Beeja, the festival has four events. The first event was at the Shoestring Theatre, CYTO on 27 April 2019. The second event of the festival will be at the Stanley Halls on 20 July, third at the Brit School on 7 September and the final event at the newly renovated Fairfield Halls on 19 October. It is an exciting programme of performances and workshops by talented and renowned Croydon based, national and international companies and performers. The event at Fairfield Halls is part of the Dance Umbrella takeover of the Fairfield Halls on 18-19 October 2019.
Thanks to ACE Croydon Council, Dance Umbrella and Croydon Council for funding and support.
20 July 2019, Stanley Halls
An uplifting blend of club styles fused with African and Contemporary dance, great music, a good dose of humour and HAIR stories!read more
Silk Road is a fascinating exploration of the rituals along nomadic routes, conjuring images of the pilgrims, monks, traders and urban dwellers…read more
27 April 2019, Shoestring Theatre, CYTO
Hidden Impact was part of the WW1 commemorations and shows the roles people with learning disabilities played during the conflict.read more
Told through the narration of our host Milton Lopes, Foreign Bodies is a love story which takes place underwater. Using the metaphor of Jellyfish and beautiful lights, …read more
The Shape of Stillness – A Pulse explores ‘What happens when we connect with the pulse of stillness within the movement?’read more
About the leaves – the body brings forth movement, as buds bloom from the ground. Energy erupts…read more
Stance draws on Tom’s experience as a competitive fencer, the technique and physicality of the sport, translating into a movement language.read more