Uchenna Dance Workshop

Uchenna Dance Workshop

Uchenna Dance will be leading a fun and empowering movement and dance workshop connected to their performance The Head Wrap Diaries.

Jose Agudo

Jose Agudo

Silk Road is a fascinating exploration of the rituals along nomadic routes, conjuring images of the pilgrims, monks, traders and urban dwellers…

Uchenna Dance

Uchenna Dance

The Head Wrap Diaries is an uplifting blend of club styles fused with African and Contemporary dance, great music, a good dose of humour and HAIR stories!

Magpie

Magpie

Hidden Impact was part of the WW1 commemorations and shows the roles people with learning disabilities played during the conflict.

Ella Mesma

Ella Mesma

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, …

Urban Playground

Urban Playground

Performance-Parkour combines elements of free-running with the eloquence of dance in playful, fun and completely safe movement that is accessible to everyone.

Vena Ramphal

Vena Ramphal

The Shape of Stillness – A Pulse explores ‘What happens when we connect with the pulse of stillness within the movement?’

Satoko Fukuda

Satoko Fukuda

About the leaves – the body brings forth movement, as buds bloom from the ground. Energy erupts…

Tom O’Gorman

Tom O’Gorman

Stance draws on Tom’s experience as a competitive fencer, the technique and physicality of the sport, translating into a movement language.

Been there done that still moving!

Been there done that still moving!

Choreographer Anusha Subramanyam and dance artists Lucy Blazheva and Mary Davies worked with the groups to bring their memories to life through dance and movement.

Escape the Nowhere

Escape the Nowhere

A team of skilled dance and film professionals mentored Paul and the cast working to support and animate the dancers ideas, guiding them to build the structure, content and storyline.

Find Your Way

Find Your Way

The dancers draw their imagined worlds and landscapes. These drawings inspired movement which was placed in locations around Bethlem Gallery Grounds.

Back to Blackheath

Back to Blackheath

The dancers explore the history, stories, atmosphere and architecture of London’s oldest cultural venue, Blackheath Halls, in this inclusive dance film.