Boogie Babies
May
18
Oct 12

Boogie Babies

  • The Village Storytelling Centre

This Parent and Toddler class is a creative dance session using movement, storytelling and games. These fun and energetic sessions are designed to promote increased co-ordination, movement skills and imaginative play incorporating stories and music.
You will need bare feet and comfy clothes. Adults attending the class are expected to join in!

No need to book.

When: Thursdays 10 -11am 18th May – 12th Oct   (2 Week Break 29th Jun and 6th Jul)
Where: The Village Storytelling Centre
Age: Parents & Toddlers

Call for Volunteers
May
29
Sep 30

Call for Volunteers

Passionate about Dance?  Enjoy meeting new people?  Looking to try something new? Dance House Glasgow are on the look-out for vibrant and friendly volunteers to help support the organisation’s activities.

Igniting, inspiring and nourishing the dancer in everyone; we offer a wide range of dance classes and courses for adults and an exciting and diverse community programme as well as supporting and developing the independent professional dance sector.  

We are currently looking to welcome new members to our volunteer community who would be interested in supporting the invigilation of our adult classes and community programme.  The role includes various activities such as:

*acting as a point of contact for participants
*cash handling and register taking at our adult classes
*helping to ensure efficiency and smooth-running of classes or performances

Volunteers are asked to commit at least 4 hours of their time per month which can be undertaken at our classes across the city at locations including Scottish Youth Theatre (Merchant City), Burgh Halls (Partick) and Speirs Locks (Maryhill).

All volunteers will receive training opportunities throughout the year and invitations to Dance House Glasgow events. 

To find out more contact info@dancehouse.org 

Briggait Creation Centre
Jul
1
Jul 1

Briggait Creation Centre

  • The Briggait

A Home for Dance House Glasgow

We are thrilled to be working towards a new home for Dance House - the new Briggait Creation Centre will house us, YDance, Indepen-dance, Conflux, Aerial Edge plus individual artists. The new development will be one of the biggest centres in Scotland offering dance and physical performance (circus, aerial, trapeze and physical theatre). We hope that our loyal participants will love the new dance studios. Plans to start building work in 2016, and open late 2017. We will post updates throughout the year as plans continue to develop.

For more information visit WASPS website.

Dance Along Moana at Merchant City Festival
Jul
23
Jul 29

Dance Along Moana at Merchant City Festival

  • Merchant City Glasgow

Dance House Glasgow are delighted once again to partner with Merchant City Festival to provide dance entertainment and activities for all ages! 

On Saturday 29th July we are delighted to announce that we will be presenting another Dancealong Movie at The Old Fruitmarket. This year's film is MOANA! So join Moana and Maui for a dance adventure. Tickets available: www.merchantcityfestival.com 

Mele Broomes Creative Lab
Sep
4
Sep 15

Mele Broomes Creative Lab

Grin inverts the continued colonial narratives of black bodies and Caribbean dance styles being solely hyper-sexualised and eroticised. Grin is a celebratory performance, inviting you into the carnival. 

Mele’s work is mediated through Sound (Sculpture), Dance (Rhythm) and Light. Her focus begins with Rhythm and Movement and its potential to undermine (Colonial) Hierarchies of Power. Through research into the Politics of Movement within the African Diaspora, Grin will explore how sound and dance are translated. This provocative production will examine what it means when this translation is displaced and absorbed by the spectacle. 

Mele will perform in the work alongside emerging dancers who have come through the Project X programme. www.projectxplaform.co.uk 

“Grin is still a work-in-progress, but already the interaction between her dance and lighting – with a gradual reveal of the West Indian roots of her movement – is utterly absorbing.” Mary Brennan, The Herald. 

www.variousdanceartists.co.uk 

Tamsyn Russell Creative Lab
Sep
11
Sep 15

Tamsyn Russell Creative Lab

During this creative Lab Tamsyn and dancers will use this time to continue the research and development for a new work. 

Scene Stealer is an exploration into the idea of: individuals/groups of people creating different worlds/atmospheres/scenarios which continually get interrupted by a new scene. Exploring their different upbringings, values and experiences within a group setting, we will examine what it means to be individuals as part of a group. 

Also supported by: Creative Scotland, Dance Base, The Space Dundee and Eden Court

Image: Susan Hay

Glasgow Youth Dance Company Audition!
Sep
16
2:00 pm14:00

Glasgow Youth Dance Company Audition!

  • Wallace Studios at Speirs Locks

Are you aged 14-21? Then you are eligible to join our Glasgow Youth Dance Company. Aiming to inspire, develop and broaden the horizons of Scotland’s young dancers, the opportunity to become a member of the GYDC is open to all talented young people.

Email info@dancehouse.org to register for the audition. Registration is essential. 

Dancer Development Intensive with Kerry Nicholls
Oct
30
Nov 3

Dancer Development Intensive with Kerry Nicholls

With an aim to rejuvenate current practice, Kerry will begin each day by leading a fast-paced, energetic and athletically demanding technique class using the foundations of Limon and release based techniques. These morning sessions of high-quality technical work promote continued professional training, and will explore a kinetic use of spatial architectonics with an emphasis placed on physical and mental stamina, and artistry.  
With a rare chance to experience first-hand, Nicholls's physically testing movement language, Kerry will lead further workshops drawing from an eclectic bank of repertory leading the participants through a range of phrases from numerous works. Further exploration with this material will illuminate new generative task-based choreographic tools which in turn, will open new doors to individuals' creativity. The findings will be structured into a short piece to share at the culmination of the week so as to enhance performative skills and give totality to process.  

 

Applications due 30th June. 

Katie Armstrong Creative Lab
Dec
4
Dec 8

Katie Armstrong Creative Lab

HAND // SHAKE is a short site specific duet which explores the complexity of the first movement of Bach's Violin Concerto in A Minor.  The piece is inspired and driven by the pulse of the music, and manifests itself as a meeting between two characters.  It is a light-hearted look at status, hierarchy and social etiquette between acquaintances. 

Katie will use this residency to continue to explore the themes raised in HAND//SHAKE.

Adam Sloan Creative Lab
Jan
3
Jan 6

Adam Sloan Creative Lab

Adam Sloan  is a dance artist  who performs with Indepen-dance 4, during his Creative Lab Adam will continue to develop his first piece of choreography with the three other dance artists in Indepen-dance 4.

The piece will explore the theme of  a group of people going on a journey together for the first time and the individual quirks of each person as they get to know each other over the course of the journey and what friendships develop.

Adam has invited George Adam to be his mentor in this project. George has created work that Adam has performed in previously but this will be the first time that they have worked in this way together. They first worked together on the European project that George choreographed bring dancers from 4 countries. Adam admired how George worked with such a large cast and how he brought the company together to create the work that all the performers felt confident in. George will be a sounding board, supporting Adam to bring clarity in how he communicates with the dancers and how to manage the studio time through observing and feed backing.

Adam hopes that this project will develop his choreographic skills and progress his career has a choreographer as well as developing as a more rounded dance artist able to work in different contexts as a maker, performer and teacher.

Rosalind Masson Creative Lab
Jan
8
Jan 13

Rosalind Masson Creative Lab

Mus Ro Faclan Ann or Before Words is the working title for the development of a dance performance influenced by the landscape, language and culture of the Outer Hebrides, in particular Uibhist a Deas /South Uist. The root of the word choreography comes from the greek, khoreia (chorus or band of dancers) and graphein (to write). Mus Ro Faclan Ann is an attempt to write or record movement that is in dialogue with a people and place. What can a Gaelic reading of the landscape reveal that otherwise remains hidden? How can the body serve as a medium to that which cannot otherwise be expressed in words? During this residency Rosalind will be developing the visual and sonic elements of this piece in collaboration with Jer Reid and Rob Jones. 

Photo credit: Brian Hartley

Ewan Downie Creative Lab
Jan
15
Jan 19

Ewan Downie Creative Lab

Glasgow’s acclaimed Company of Wolves re-imagines the myth of Achilles in a heart-stopping solo performance by Ewan Downie. Fusing storytelling, dance and song, Achilles is the story of a man’s exorcism: a burning out of his vulnerability, his rage, and his humanity. Achilles grew out of a period of focussed research into the relationship of words and movement in performance, funded by Creative
Scotland. This Dance House residency is the last stage of development of the
show prior to performances at the Citizens Theatre and manipulate Visual
Theatre Festival.

Company of Wolves is Scotland’s only laboratory theatre
company, led by Ewan Downie and Anna Porubcansky. We make performance by
experiment, using elements of theatre, dance, music and improvisation to craft
unique and compelling pieces that speak directly to the times in which we live.

Achilles is supported by The National Lottery through Creative Scotland

In association with Dance House, Platform,
Citizens Theatre, manipulate Visual Theatre Festival, and Puppet Animation Scotland


Dance House Glasgow at Candleriggs Square
Jul
23
12:30 pm12:30

Dance House Glasgow at Candleriggs Square

Dance House Glasgow will be at Candleriggs Square as part of the Merchant City Festival with workshops and performances. Join us for all or part of the day  on Sunday 23rd July!

 

12.30 – 12.50 Afro Fusion Workshop with Mele Broomes

12.50 - 1.20 Community Company and Still Dancing Performances

2.35 – 2.55 1940s/1950s dance Workshop with The Kennedy Cupcakes

2.55-3.15 Hula Hoop Workshop with Jennifer Connolly

Jun
18
3:00 pm15:00

Dance Explosion Screening

  • CCA

When: Sun 18th June, 3pm
Where: CCA
Cost: £4/£2

Dance House Glasgow and The Work Room present 'Dance Explosion' a documentary which celebrates Scotland as a world leader in community dance. Structured around the 12 violin concertos of Vivaldi's Four Seasons, it follows choreographers Royston Maldoom and Tamara McLorg, weaving specially filmed documentary footage of an Aberdeen International Youth Festival dance project with reflections on the youth dance 'explosion' in Fife and Stirling in the 1980s. An interesting watch for anyone interested in Scottish dance. 

http://www.cca-glasgow.com/programme/the-work-room-dance-house-glasgow-dance-explosion 

DIG presents Mark Murphy’s V-TOL: Out of This World Workshop
May
18
6:00 pm18:00

DIG presents Mark Murphy’s V-TOL: Out of This World Workshop

  • Tramway

18th May, 6-8pm
Tramway Studio, £8/6
Book here

An open/general-level workshop from Mark Murphy's V-TOL, who brings the spectacular Out Of This World to Tramway's DIG festival on 19 & 20 May.

Recommended for those with a basic understanding of dance, theatre or performing arts, this session will create a highly stimulating, provocative and mischievous environment and act as a catalyst for the participants’ own artistic expression. 

Stage 1 includes a physical warm-up and creative tasks aimed at generating ideas, also touching on elements of structure and story design. Stage 2 involves putting theory into practice, understanding the value of constructive appraisal within a creative process. Group work and sharing of ‘work in progress’ alongside guided group critique will enable participants to view one another’s contributions through a more liberating lens.

Time permitting the workshop will end with a Q&A session.

Workshop in association with Dance House Glasgow.

DIG presents Scottish Dance Theatre: Velvet Petal Workshop
Apr
19
6:00 am06:00

DIG presents Scottish Dance Theatre: Velvet Petal Workshop

  • Tramway

This workshop will be led by Naomi Murray, Rehearsal Director of Scottish Dance Theatre, and is inspired by Velvet Petal, which the company present at Tramway on 6 and 7 May as part of Dance International Glasgow. 

Suitable for those with 2 or more years of dance experience in contemporary, ballet or release. 

In partnership with The Work Room and Dance House Glasgow 

Followed by:

DISCUSSION: Fleur Darkin, 4-6pm
A unique opportunity to enjoy a discussion with the renowned choreographer and Artistic Director of Scottish Dance Theatre. Attendance is free to anyone who has attended the preceding workshop or holds a ticket for either performance of Velvet Petal.

Click here to book.

Mar
9
Apr 5

Scottish Ballet Creates

Scottish Ballet Creates – Choreographic Mentorship Scheme


Scottish Ballet is offering three Scotland-based choreographers an opportunity to explore and develop their creative voices.
Throughout this exciting mentorship scheme, artists will receive:
 A programme of bespoke mentorship, tailored to meet the individual needs and level of each participant
 A two-week creative period that includes choreographic masterclasses, artistic mentorship, access to industry experts and peer networking opportunities
 Studio space and access to Scottish Ballet dancers as choreographers create a short dance piece
 An exclusive platform at Scottish Ballet to showcase their new work to an invited audience
The scheme will run throughout the weeks 17 and 24 July 2017 and be delivered by Scottish Ballet Artistic Director/Chief Executive, Christopher Hampson and Kerry Nicholls, internationally renowned mentor, choreographer and performer (kerrynicholls.com).
Applications are open to artists at the following levels:
 Level 1: Choreographers with over five years professional experience
 Level 2: Choreographers with up to five years professional experience
Deadline for applications is 5 April 2017. Each successful artist will receive a fully-funded place on the scheme. For more information, or to apply, please email Lisa Sinclair at lisa.sinclair@scottishballet.co.uk.

Adult Class Survey
Feb
28
Mar 25

Adult Class Survey

We will be inviting our adult class participants to complete our short evaluation survey. This is part of our ongoing monitoring process and also to help us to gather evidence on the impact of our programmes to help to support funding applications.  We would value your support on this and we want to hear your views (if you didn't manage to do one last term) before or after class in the next few weeks.

Complete the survey here: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/3XQTS7K

Feb
5
11:00 am11:00

Joanna Mendl Shaw Movement and Dance Masterclass

Physical Listening, A Guided Physical Experience

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11.00 – 14.00 SUNDAY 5 FEBRUARY 2017

MOVEMENT AND DANCE MASTERCLASS

Physical Listening, A Guided Physical Experience

Physical Listening explores our untapped capacity for attending, observing and listening to other moving bodies.  The work nudges aside assumptions and accesses unexpected choices. We look at our accountability for making choices.

Areas of skill investigation include tactile, proprioceptive, visual, and auditory. The outcomes are personal discovery, gaining new skills sets and evocative discussion.

This class begins with inner explorations and moves into full bodied investigations in duos and small groups, covering:

    Physical Listening

    Movement as Behavior

    Exploring Rules of Engagement

    Negotiation and Reshaping

    Strategic Thinking

 The dialogues cross disciplines and boundaries.  Movers of all levels welcome.

TO BOOK CONTACT:  Rosina Bonsu.

Full price £20/£10 concession

e:      rosinabonsu@gmail.com

w:     www.rosinabonsu.co.uk

t:      07876047271

 

THE BEACON ART CENTRE

CUSTOM HOUSE QUAY, PA15 1EQ GREENOCK

Sunday 5 February 2017, 11.00 – 14.00

JoAnna Mendl Shaw is known for her adventurous site-specific performances, often bringing dancers and horses into shared landscapes. Shaw translates the language of natural horsemanship training into a movement practice that focuses on Physical Listening and applies her interspecies lens to the creation works for proscenium, rural environments and museums.

An internationally recognized dance educator, Shaw has taught at Juilliard, in the Fordham / Ailey BFA program at Marymount Manhattan, Tisch/NYU, Princeton and Mount Holyoke and internationally in Switzerland, Scotland, Sweden, Wales, Hungary, Korea and Japan. She is a Certified Movement Analyst.

In partnership with Rosina Bonsu Moves, The Work Room and The Beacon Arts Centre.

Feb
1
10:00 am10:00

CPD for Artists

Calling all Dance Facilitators!

Dance House Glasgow would like to invite you to a session led by Caroline Bowditch on the importance of inclusivity and the use of Universal Design in teaching practice. It will be held at Scottish Youth Theatre on Wednesday February 1st 2017 from 10am -1pm.

Cost: £10

Click here to book.

Professional Classes
Dec
7
Dec 14

Professional Classes

  • CCA

Free professional classes with White & Givan, and Alan Greig.

Click below for more information:

http://www.dancehouse.org/professional/class-workshops/ 

End of Year Survey
Dec
1
Dec 30

End of Year Survey

Have you attended a Dance House Glasgow class this year?  As 2016 comes to a close we’d like to invite our attendees to participate in our End of Year Survey. This is your chance to tell us what you think and let us know what classes you’d like to see in 2017.  In return you’ll be entered into a prize draw for a £30 Amazon Gift Voucher which will be drawn on Fri 16th Dec.   Just follow this link to participate: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/FVBCKTN

Taster Sessions - Universal Design in Dance
Nov
22
Nov 29

Taster Sessions - Universal Design in Dance

  • Scottish Youth Theatre

8-9pm, Tuesday 22nd and 29th November 2016

Click here to book

These creative and engaging sessions, led by Glasgow based performance artist and choreographer Caroline Bowditch, draw on Principles of Universal Design in dance pioneered by Jürg Koch at the University of Washington, Seattle. Instead of a disability specific approach of ‘adapting’ movement to suit individuals, this approach allows everyone in the class to work with the same principles and use them in a way that works for them and allows them to push themselves. www.wikipedia.org/wiki/Universal_design 

More about Caroline can be found at www.carolinebowditch.com

The sessions will be held in a wheelchair accessible space and BSL interpretation is available on request (with 1 weeks’ notice).

Call for Volunteers
Nov
22
Jan 26

Call for Volunteers

Passionate about Dance?  Enjoy meeting new people?  Looking to try something new? Dance House Glasgow are on the look-out for vibrant and friendly volunteers to help support the organisation’s activities.


Igniting, inspiring and nourishing the dancer in everyone; we offer a wide range of dance classes and courses for adults and an exciting and diverse community programme as well as supporting and developing the independent professional dance sector.


We are currently looking to welcome new members to our volunteer community who would be interested in supporting the invigilation of our adult classes and community programme.  The role includes various activities such as:
*acting as a point of contact for participants
*cash handling and register taking at our adult classes
*helping to ensure efficiency and smooth-running of classes or performances


Volunteers are asked to commit at least 4 hours of their time per month which can be undertaken at our classes across the city at locations including Scottish Youth Theatre (Merchant City), Burgh Halls (Partick) and Speirs Locks (Maryhill).


All volunteers will receive training opportunities throughout the year and invitations to Dance House Glasgow events.


To find out more contact Natalie Horn (Admin Assistant) on 0141 552 2442 or e-mail: info@dancehouse.org

Winter Dance Fest
Nov
21
Dec 16

Winter Dance Fest

  • CCA Glasgow

Dance House Glasgow's Winter Dance Fest at CCA will take place from 21 Nov - 16 Dec 2016. We have a wide selection of classes for you to choose from throughout this festive period. Click the links below for information:

Flamenco   Burlesque   Baby Ballet   Junior Ballet   Baby in Sling   40's/50's   Waacking   Old Style Vogue   Vogue Femme   New Way   Crystal Maze Ball   Jazz   Disco for Over 50's   Hula Hoop   Contemporary

Click here for the full timetable!

Experts in Short trousers - Workshop from Cultured Mongrel in Association with Dance House Glasgow
Oct
9
2:00 pm14:00

Experts in Short trousers - Workshop from Cultured Mongrel in Association with Dance House Glasgow

  • Toryglen Community Hall

Age range: 12 - 16 years

Cost: FREE!

CLICK HERE TO BOOK

An upbeat hip hop workshop for young people from the Toryglen area delivered by two of the Cultured Mongrel cast members. The workshop will look at basic dance skills and create opportunities for local young people to socialise.  No experience needed just a pair of clean trainers and a little bit of enthusiasm!

Workshop supported by Dance House Glasgow

Free fruit and juice will be provided during the break.

Experts in Short Trousers - Performance by Cultured Mongrel
Oct
9
12:00 pm12:00

Experts in Short Trousers - Performance by Cultured Mongrel

  • Toryglen Community Hall

Age: 4+

Cost: £3 a ticket

CLICK HERE TO BOOK

Imagine. 
You’re six years old and you are on your way to school, a community centre, a theatre… As you get close you notice something isn’t quite right. There are objects strewn everywhere. 
As you get closer you realise there has been a disaster - an alien crash landing! 
As you almost trip over a body you squeal. 

It squeals. 
You jump. 
It jumps. 
And so it begins… 

A fun and colourful promenade theatre piece with live percussion, dancing and play for children aged 4+ and their families. Join Cultured Mongrel Dance Theatre for this unique opportunity to discover and explore, helping a group of unruly aliens find their way home. 

@CulturedMongrel | culturedmongreldance.com 

Experts In Short Trousers tours as part of SMHAFF throughout Scotland. For full details on touring locations, visit culturedmongreldance.com 

Supported by Creative Scotland

FREE Always Dancing Classes for new Participants as part of Luminate
Oct
5
Oct 19

FREE Always Dancing Classes for new Participants as part of Luminate

  • Partick Burgh Halls

Join us at our weekly dance class for those over 55 FREE for new starters for the month of October. For the young at heart, both men and women, who wish to exercise at a gentle but healthy pace in a supportive and welcoming environment. 

Open to all abilities! You may find a passion for dance and want to join our performance group Still Dancing...

Dates: 5th, 12th, 19th October
Times: 1.45pm - 2.45pm

GYDC - Audition
Sep
10
2:00 pm14:00

GYDC - Audition

Auditions for the Glasgow Youth Dance Company will take place on Saturday 10 September 2016, 2-4pm at Speirs Locks Studios, 210 Garscube Road, Glasgow G4 9RR.

Email Dance House Glasgow at info@dancehouse.org or call the office on 0141 552 2442 to register your details.  Registration is essential.

Glasgow Youth Dance Company was founded in partnership with YDance in 2013. Glasgow Youth Dance Company is a contemporary dance company of the highest quality for 14 – 18 year olds. Now solely run by Dance House Glasgow, the company rehearse weekly, giving participants the opportunity to work with professional dance teachers and choreographers to develop their technical, choreographic and performance skills.

Dance House Glasgow Community Stage at Merchant City Festival
Aug
6
1:00 pm13:00

Dance House Glasgow Community Stage at Merchant City Festival

  • The Briggait

Dance House Glasgow hosts a community participation stage at The Briggait on Saturday 6th August featuring a variety of styles of dance from groups across our city. Stop in at any point during the afternoon to enjoy some spectacular work. Look out for information about accompanying workshops and opportunities as well as the full line up to be released later this month.

Workshop with Dan Canham
Aug
6
11:00 am11:00

Workshop with Dan Canham

  • Recital Room, Glasgow City Halls

Workshop suitable for dancers over the age of 14 with an interest in rhythm, impulse and what it means to dance together. Using themes and concepts from his current work ‘Of Riders and Running Horses’ Dan Canham will lead a dynamic and creative class as part of Merchant City Festival. 

CLICK HERE TO BOOK

Dan Canham and Still House are currently presenting ‘Of Riders and Running Horses’ at Merchant City Festival in partnership with Dance House Glasgow.

www.stillhouse.co.uk   @stillhouselive

Workshop for Families with Janis Claxton
Aug
6
10:30 am10:30

Workshop for Families with Janis Claxton

  • The Briggait

For children ages 4+ with their grown-ups

Choreographer Janis Claxton will offer a workshop open to all ages. Participants can expect to have fun dancing together in simple and accessible ways, exploring dancing with partners of all ages and abilities. No dance experience is necessary!

CLICK HERE TO BOOK

 Janis Caxton Dance is currently presenting new work at Merchant City Festival in partnership with Dance House Glasgow with performances on August 6 & 7.

www.janisclaxton.com  @janisclaxton  #popupduets  #janisclaxtondance

 

Free Company Class with Janis Claxton
Jul
29
11:00 am11:00

Free Company Class with Janis Claxton

  • Studio 1 at City Halls

Dance House Glasgow & Merchant City Festival have teamed up to support Janis Claxton Dance’s latest work POP-UP Duets (fragments of love), a unique performance that builds on the company's legacy of bringing dance to public spaces and new audiences.

On August 6 & 7, Janis Claxton’s intricate and dynamic duets will be seen popping up throughout Merchant City Festival performed by 4 dancers to a soundtrack composed music by Pippa Murphy. Show times 130pm & 4pm (approx 40mins around MCF).

Professional dancers are invited to join Janis Claxton for free company class on Friday July 29th.

Class will be contemporary technique and improvisation.

Class time 11am-12.20pm. Studio 1 at City Halls, City Halls, Stage Door Entrance, Albion Street G1.

Booking essential - click here

POP-UP Duets will also be performed in the Edinburgh Fringe as part of the Made in Scotland Showcase. 

Mirabilia Scotland Focus
Jul
5
Jul 8

Mirabilia Scotland Focus

  • Italy

Mirabilia Festival present our “Scotland Focus,” a collaborative project by Aerial Edge, Dance House Glasgow, Indepen-dance, Conflux and Alex McCabe, funded by Creative Scotland. 

Mirabilia, one of the EU's recognised European Festivals for Circus, Dance and Street Performance will be hosting a convoy of around 40 physical performers and industry representatives 5-8 July 2016.

The Scotland Showcase will present Plan B For Utopia (Joan Cleville Dance Company), Douglas (Robbie Synge) & We Are The Monsters (Colette Sadler/Stammer Productions) in several towns in the Piemonte region of Italy. Excerpts or works in progress including Krafla (Jack Webb), Not To Scale (Alex Rigg), #TRANS (Ema Jayne Park) & Welcome My Son (Phil Hardie), Chronophobia (Danuta Ramos & Ian Henderson), Gregor J Everest (Ruxy Cantir) & Sotto Improvvisazione (Suzi Cunningham).

In addition to our Showcase, 10 Scottish artists will take part in Mirabilia's Beyond all Borders workshop series, working with some of Europe's finest facilitators to hone skills from dance improvisation to tight wire and diablo, to processes of making - facilitated by Scottish-based Caroline Bowditch.

The Briggait-based project partners will meet with representatives of European Creation Centres and important cross-form residencies, in preparation for the Briggait space reopening in 2017-18.

2 Scottish critics, Gareth Vile & Lorna Irvine, will be connecting with European critics and following the Scotland Focus, so look out for forthcoming news and responses.

These are important times for Scotland in Europe. Mirabilia has recognised the wealth of talent in Scotland's physical performance sector and extended this invitation to forge lasting bonds for a collaborative future.

Connect to Mirabilia Festival Europa on social media to follow the events (https://www.facebook.com/FestivalMirabilia/) and watch this space for future collaborative opportunities!

Hula Hoop Workshops with Miss Polly Hoops
Apr
19
Apr 26

Hula Hoop Workshops with Miss Polly Hoops

  • Scottish Youth Theatre

Come and try 2 exciting hula hoop workshops! Classes will cover a range of basic/beginner hula hoop skill and technique as a dance form. We will also look at hula hooping as an aerobic exercise (it can burn up to 7 calories per minute) and with this knowledge combine it with our own regular workout plans. As a tutor, Polly will always work with everyone on a one to one basis throughout the class too.

Click here for more information