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Artists’ Exchange Programme

Danielle Teale Dance introduces the Artists’ Exchange Programme (AEP), focusing on innovative ways of providing continuing professional development for artists working in community practice.

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Dancer – Elisabeth Schilling’s Invisible Dances

We’re looking for six professional dancers to take part in Elisabeth’s Schilling’s Invisible Dances. Invisible Dances combines dance and visual art in a poetic and playful way. It will take place in Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole over 5 days in March. This short-term […]

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APPLICATIONS NOW LIVE FOR OPEN CALL RESIDENCIES 2021 – 22

We currently have two opportunities for professional creatives: Visiting Artists (Open Call) and Company in Residence.

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Choreographic Confabulation

Back by popular demand!

Expanding on Lea Anderson’s online Choreographic Conversation from October 2020 we offer a more substantial investigative workshop in February 2021. Working on Zoom in our own homes we will develop cut up choreography that allows us to DANCE WITH OTHER PEOPLE.

Continuing our exploration of working in new dimensions please join us for an intensive practical session. As before, Dance artists with enthusiasm and curiosity who are interested in problem solving will find this of interest. Limited numbers so book now.

10% off if you book before the end of January.

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Invisible Dances

Elisabeth Schilling’s “Invisible Dances – Art After Lockdown” was created to join artists and audiences without them necessarily meeting in the traditional sense. The unannounced performance takes place at night on an everyday street, when people are asleep, to surprise them the […]

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Trip Hazard

Part one-liner gag, part public intervention, Nic Sandiland’s Trip Hazard demonstrates cause and effect between actions in a public and digital space. This humorous take on everyday movement will be popping up in various locations across BCP early this year. Dare you cross […]

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Freelance Digital Creative

We’re looking for a freelance Digital Creative to work with PDSW. You’ll be part of developing our digital programme that, at its heart: Supports Artists and people who work within Dance Brings about change and challenges why and how we […]

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How PDSW have Supported our Young People this Year

There have been so many wonderful & inspiring stories of our local pupils & teachers finding innovative ways to keep dancing this term that we decided now would be the perfect time to share some of this with you. It’s […]

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Bring on the Bollywood (Postponed)

Phizzical in association with Belgrade Theatre Coventry and Vivacity Key Theatre, Peterborough, present:

Bring on the Bollywood

Created by Samir Bhamra, the master of authentic Bollywood inspired work, Bring On The Bollywood is a digital recording of the Bollywood dance-theatre extravaganza that toured nationally in 2017. Bringing a festival of colour and Bollywood magic, Bring On The Bollywood is a treat for audiences new and old looking for a delightfully romantic riot of Anglo-Indian exuberance.

Having lived in London for 14 years, Dr. Katrina Pawar is summoned to her ancestral home, the shabby and un-chic Lakshman Villa, for her younger brother’s wedding. Sensing an opportunity to finally make a match for their last unmarried child during the festivities, Katrina’s parents search for a potential suitor for their quick-witted and resolute daughter. As the good-looking Bollywood film director Amit arrives at Pawar Haveli, along with his newly eligible British personal assistant Ronny, Katrina must navigate the true course of love between East and West.

Inspired by classic Indian cinema, Bring On The Bollywood revels in the shared dramatic heritage between the UK and India, as well as contemporary British Asian influences

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