The arts industry is in crisis.
70% of the arts workforce are freelancers and a very high proportion have lost all of their work into 2021. Arts organisations are at risk of closure and/or having to make significant cuts to navigate the harsh economic environment.
We don't know when theatres can fully reopen and there are limited other ways that we can generate income - or enough income to offset costs. Private sources of support are harder than ever to come by.
COAST is a contemporary youth dance company training throughout term time for 14-19 year olds (and up to 25 for dancers with disabilities). Audition date: Wednesday 2nd September 2020 from 1pm-4pm In addition to weekly sessions, COAST dancers undergo residencies with professional […]
A digital choreography workshop about bodies, objects and domestic spaces, with performance artist Elinor Lewis. Has lockdown got you feeling like part of the furniture? Home, body and mind need a bit of a spring clean? Hermits everywhere! Join Elinor […]
Join us this summer as we bring together some of the UK’s leading dance artists and organisations for an online summer dance course.
Programming Dance Together: considering new strategies for programmers and artists to present and create work. A Surf The Wave session presented by PDSW, part of NDN and One Dance UK’s ‘The Time is Now’: a series of digital events that […]
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