It’s great to be working internationally again and this year we’ve had the privilege of working with some fantastic international artists including TS Crew from Hong Kong here in February with their sold out Chinese Dragon performance.  We’ve also welcomed Reckless Sleepers from Belgium, working with local communities in our theatre and we’re super excited to bring Kontemporary Korea to Bournemouth for the first time this month.

And this summer we’re delighted to announce we’ll be touring to Denmark with two environmental-inspired productions, Plastic Paradiso by Claire Benson and Fault Lines by our Associate Artist, Lila Dance.  In August and September they’ll be taking part in the renowned Aarhus Festival as part of the International Touring Environmental Responsibility (ITER) project – a project that actively supports working towards a more sustainable means of sharing art and a commitment to transition to a global low carbon future.

Working with international artists and companies enables us to connect more deeply with the international dance scene and allows us to be at the forefront of contemporary dance practice and we celebrate the diversity and quality of work that we can bring to audiences here in the South West at Pavilion Dance.

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