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Breakin’ Convention presents: Emerge+See

A night of brand-new commissions from hip hop dance theatre makers in the South of England.

Emerge+See is the latest programme to come from the internationally renowned Breakin’ Convention, led by UK hip hop cultural pioneer Jonzi D.

Taking place in four editions across the UK, Emerge+See is a professional development project supporting the creation of cutting edge work that speaks to new audiences of the hip hop generation.

For the past 18 years Breakin’ Convention has presented the very best in hip hop dance theatre from around the world and the UK through the annual festival at Sadler’s Wells and national and international tours. It has an established programme of professional development projects and supports grass roots hip hop cultural activity across the UK.

Five artists present new works developed under the mentorship of Jonzi D and Jane Sekonya.

Josh Hoffman Matthew Harding Munya Muchati Project Female Sebastián Morales Castillo

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Children, Autism & Dance Forum presents: Online Discussion with Forest Tribe (YouTube Premiere)

Online discussion with Forest Tribe (YouTube Premiere) Thursday 6th October at 12 noon As part of our Children, Autism & Dance Forum we’re delighted to present this YouTube Premiere and online discussion with dance artists Forest Tribe. About Forest Tribe […]

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Children, Autism & Dance Forum presents: In conversation with Amy McGowan

This is a live Zoom Webinar featuring Amy McGowan – an inspiring SENCo and Designated Teacher at Sedgefield Community College in County Durham. Amy, her team & her pupils were featured in the BBC documentary Paddy & Christine McGuiness: Our Family and Autism.

This live online discussion looks to raise awareness, increase our understanding of autism, explore how best we can support & champion our young people & hear examples of children thriving.

Recommended Audience: This event will be of interest to anyone who works with children & young people. All are welcome.

This event will feature BSL & close-captions.

This special discussion will be recorded & available online for a limited period of time.

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Children, Autism & Dance Forum

As part of a UK-wide Children and Dance programme we are delighted to bring you our Children, Autism & Dance Forum on 6 & 7 October 2022.  This is a series of events aimed at those working with or championing […]

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Advent Adventure by Pavilion Dance South West

Count down to Christmas with us and discover what surprises lie behind our advent door!

Join Claire and Olivia for some festive making, moving and grooving. This fun, Christmas-themed experience has an assortment of things to watch and do. Pop on your party hat and take a peek through our advent door to find some Christmas theatre magic.

A PDSW Commission

Suitable for children aged 3yrs+ and their families

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Technical Manager

We’re looking for a Technical Manager who loves dance and brings a passion for providing technical support with technological expertise. We support and develop those who already love dance and inspire those who have yet to discover it. The Technical […]

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Children, Autism and Dance Forum presents Artist’s Insights with Matthew Rawcliffe

Join Matthew Rawcliffe to hear more about the creation of ‘The Crisp Sandwich Cafe’, an autism-friendly performance, created for young people. During the first half of the session, Matthew will talk through the creation process and research period for the project. The last half of the session will be a handling session to look through the resources created to help make the performance accessible, in addition to an informal Q&A with Matthew and Hannah Miles. Hosted by Young People’s Producer Matt Hawksworth and suitable for teachers, parents, carers and dance promoters.

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Cuban Vibes: Sarabanda

Sarabanda is a collective who play Cuban son and vibrant salsa with a serious groove. Pianist Sara McGuinness sought out musicians with a passion for Cuban music to form a collective and the result is a powerful sextet with a big sound.

The collective’s obvious love of the music they play is evident in the passionate and exuberant arrangements of both original material and Cuban classics. The band play a range of Cuban music including son from the 40s and 50s, as popularised by Buena Vista Social Club, through to modern day hot timba and salsa.

Sarabanda play regularly Upstairs at Ronnie Scott, at the Viva Latina Friday nights. Sarabanda regularly host Cuban ‘descarga’ jam sessions on a Sunday night in Hootananny Brixton.

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Frozen: Dance The Musicals Children’s Workshop

Join Ruby Adams for a Frozen dance workshop before the screening, and feel the magic in your feet!

Come along dressed as your favourite character and, although you might not build a snowman, you can be guaranteed your very own Frozen experience!

Parents do not need to accompany their children, but are able to wait in the foyer.

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