Dance & Digital

Why Dance?

WHY DANCE? was a unique 3-year longitudinal feasibility study with two key aims:
To find out if it is feasible to collect and measure long-term outcomes of the Parkinson’s Dance classes for dancers
To explore what long-term impact Parkinson’s Dance classes might have on measurements of quality of life?

PDSW Announces its Dance Artists for Origins2021!

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

#KeepDancing – a Campaign for more joy!

Dance is one of the most accessible art forms, but least publicly funded. We are raising £25K to bring more dance to more people and one step at a time, make the world just that little bit happier.

*UPDATE* Unfortunately, as a result of the recent government guidelines in place, we have taken the difficult decision to cancel Business Come Dancing@Home2021 in February. However, the full version of Business Come Dancing will be taking place at The Marriott […]

Dance & Tech Forum: 8-29 Oct, 2020

PDSW’s Dance & Tech Forum unites cutting edge technology with the leading digital practitioners in the dance sector. A month of events including; digital screenings, technical presentations, creative debate on the digital space and networking opportunities for artists and technology companies who want to fully explore the use of digital and technology within each sector.

A Decade of Dance: 10 Year Anniversary Celebrations! Incredibly, it is 10 years since Dance South West moved into Pavilion Dance in Bournemouth and became Pavilion Dance South West. See what we have in store for you to celebrate with us.

NEW RELEASE: First film in the series PULSE! 2.0

Supported Artist, Joss Arnott's has released the first of two films created under the DANCE:CONNECTS project. It is a choreographic response to PULSE!, originally inspired Artistic Director Joss's fascination with how as humans we create a series of connections that unite us through movement and music.

Jazz Gritt: Let’s Move Summer School Teacher

Meet Jazz and hear what he will be doing for his 'Let's Move' Dance workshop, a national dance workshop taking place from 12-14th August, 2020.

Zannah’s Monthly Update

The overriding question this month is how we can get back to programming live dance and animate our wonderful building with our all our communities of dancers.

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