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PDSW Receives £99,267 from the Government’s £1.57 billion Culture Recovery Fund

We would like to announce that Pavilion Dance South West, in Bournemouth Christchurch Poole, has received a grant of £99,267 from the Government’s £1.57 billion Culture Recovery Fund to help the organisation recover and reopen.

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PDSW Announces its Dance Artists for Origins2021!

We are delighted to announce our very special guest Dance Artists for #Origins2021!

PDSW Announces Omari ‘Motion’ Carter as ‘Digital Creative’

We’re incredibly excited to be working with Omari ‘Motion’ Carter as our ‘Digital Creative’ over ten days from now – May. Omari will work with us to make, explore, challenge and reflect as we think about our Digital work and […]

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Corporate Team Building Offer for Autumn 2021.

We are inviting businesses to help with our research by taking a couple of minutes to fill in our questionnaire on their past experiences with Team Building.

International Womans Day

This year PDSW #ChoosetoChallenge in order to amplify the voice of women with caring and work responsibilities.

Bursaries Available to Dance Artists in the South West

PDSW are working with Danielle Teale and the AEP, to offer artists from the South West a £120 bursary to take part in the online AEP Skills’ Exchange.  Within the programme, participants will have time to reflect and nurture their professional selves. It […]

PDSW Origins 2021 CallOut

A digital performance platform for young dancers, schools & youth dance groups across the South West to showcase their creative dance film work

Learning Associates Schools Programme: Musical Theatre Workshop with David McMullan

PDSW are delighted to welcome West End artist David McMullan to deliver a very special Musical Theatre (closed) workshop for our Learning Associates School partner Bournemouth Poole College.

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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