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CHILDREN & THEIR GROWN-UPS SHOWCASE – “Choogh Choogh” by Anusha Subrananyam

What is the Children & their Grown Ups Showcase?

This Showcase will take place 29 September-2 October 2021 and is the annual Pavilion Dance South West (PDSW) Summit.

Children and young people have been particularly badly hit by the fallout of Covid. This Showcase will open a window onto new dance work for children that is available for touring. It gives artists, companies, producers and programmers a chance to hear about the co-creation of work with children and how it’s being adapated for different touring formats. It will feature live and digital work that is available in the UK and internationally and there will be daily sessions available where 1-1s can be booked with other delegates.

The whole programme will be available to watch wherever you are in the world and will be available in realtime or to access on demand for a limited period. There will be live programmed work involving public audiences which will also be available to watch digitally.

This is a new approach to Showcasing involving multiple locations and partnerships across the UK. We hope you enjoy it as well as make some good connections through it.

Access & lifting barriers: PDSW and partners are committed to supporting disabled artists and those who face barriers in accessing this call out and opportunity. We will have the following access support in place, but please do let us know if there is another way in which we can support you for the showcase by emailing info@pdsw.org.uk or calling: 01202 203630: – BSL interpreted – Live in-person captioning – Advance e-reads with information about the day, a full schedule of events including resting breaks, content and theme notes for trigger warnings including information about lighting and sound.

Children & their Grown Ups Showcase Partners DanceEast – Ipswich PDSW – Bournemouth People Dancing – UK wide South East Dance – Brighton TandemWorks – independent UK producing company The Place – London The WorkRoom/Imaginate – Edinburgh/Glasgow Yorkshire Dance – Leeds

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CHILDREN & THEIR GROWN-UPS SHOWCASE “Is This a Dance?” by Eva Recacha & Lola Maury

Eva Recacha & Lola Maury’s new work, Is This A Dance?, as a case study for a child centred approach to making. A full sharing of their work which is about 20 minutes, and then discuss the approach and share some of the feedback from children.

What is the Children & their Grown Ups Showcase?

This Showcase will take place 29 September-2 October 2021 and is the annual Pavilion Dance South West (PDSW) Summit.

Children and young people have been particularly badly hit by the fallout of Covid. This Showcase will open a window onto new dance work for children that is available for touring. It gives artists, companies, producers and programmers a chance to hear about the co-creation of work with children and how it’s being adapated for different touring formats. It will feature live and digital work that is available in the UK and internationally and there will be daily sessions available where 1-1s can be booked with other delegates.

The whole programme will be available to watch wherever you are in the world and will be available in realtime or to access on demand for a limited period. There will be live programmed work involving public audiences which will also be available to watch digitally.

This is a new approach to Showcasing involving multiple locations and partnerships across the UK. We hope you enjoy it as well as make some good connections through it.

Access & lifting barriers: PDSW and partners are committed to supporting disabled artists and those who face barriers in accessing this call out and opportunity. We will have the following access support in place, but please do let us know if there is another way in which we can support you for the showcase by emailing info@pdsw.org.uk or calling: 01202 203630: – BSL interpreted – Live in-person captioning – Advance e-reads with information about the day, a full schedule of events including resting breaks, content and theme notes for trigger warnings including information about lighting and sound.

Children & their Grown Ups Showcase Partners DanceEast – Ipswich PDSW – Bournemouth People Dancing – UK wide South East Dance – Brighton TandemWorks – independent UK producing company The Place – London The WorkRoom/Imaginate – Edinburgh/Glasgow Yorkshire Dance – Leeds

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CHILDREN & THEIR GROWN-UPS SHOWCASE “The development of work for early years”

The development of work for early years incl (eg) Dr Angela Pickard, Sky Reynolds, Hannah Lefeuvre, Gina Westbrook

What is the Children & their Grown Ups Showcase?

This Showcase will take place 29 September-2 October 2021 and is the annual Pavilion Dance South West (PDSW) Summit.

Children and young people have been particularly badly hit by the fallout of Covid. This Showcase will open a window onto new dance work for children that is available for touring. It gives artists, companies, producers and programmers a chance to hear about the co-creation of work with children and how it’s being adapated for different touring formats. It will feature live and digital work that is available in the UK and internationally and there will be daily sessions available where 1-1s can be booked with other delegates.

The whole programme will be available to watch wherever you are in the world and will be available in realtime or to access on demand for a limited period. There will be live programmed work involving public audiences which will also be available to watch digitally.

This is a new approach to Showcasing involving multiple locations and partnerships across the UK. We hope you enjoy it as well as make some good connections through it.

Access & lifting barriers: PDSW and partners are committed to supporting disabled artists and those who face barriers in accessing this call out and opportunity. We will have the following access support in place, but please do let us know if there is another way in which we can support you for the showcase by emailing info@pdsw.org.uk or calling: 01202 203630: – BSL interpreted – Live in-person captioning – Advance e-reads with information about the day, a full schedule of events including resting breaks, content and theme notes for trigger warnings including information about lighting and sound.

Children & their Grown Ups Showcase Partners DanceEast – Ipswich PDSW – Bournemouth People Dancing – UK wide South East Dance – Brighton TandemWorks – independent UK producing company The Place – London The WorkRoom/Imaginate – Edinburgh/Glasgow Yorkshire Dance – Leeds

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CHILDREN & THEIR GROWN-UPS SHOWCASE “Bookable sessions for 1:1’s”

Programmer is interested in finding out more about a pitch they’ve watched and can arrange to talk to the artist about it.

What is the Children & their Grown Ups Showcase?

This Showcase will take place 29 September-2 October 2021 and is the annual Pavilion Dance South West (PDSW) Summit.

Children and young people have been particularly badly hit by the fallout of Covid. This Showcase will open a window onto new dance work for children that is available for touring. It gives artists, companies, producers and programmers a chance to hear about the co-creation of work with children and how it’s being adapated for different touring formats. It will feature live and digital work that is available in the UK and internationally and there will be daily sessions available where 1-1s can be booked with other delegates.

The whole programme will be available to watch wherever you are in the world and will be available in realtime or to access on demand for a limited period. There will be live programmed work involving public audiences which will also be available to watch digitally.

This is a new approach to Showcasing involving multiple locations and partnerships across the UK. We hope you enjoy it as well as make some good connections through it.

Access & lifting barriers: PDSW and partners are committed to supporting disabled artists and those who face barriers in accessing this call out and opportunity. We will have the following access support in place, but please do let us know if there is another way in which we can support you for the showcase by emailing info@pdsw.org.uk or calling: 01202 203630: – BSL interpreted – Live in-person captioning – Advance e-reads with information about the day, a full schedule of events including resting breaks, content and theme notes for trigger warnings including information about lighting and sound.

Children & their Grown Ups Showcase Partners DanceEast – Ipswich PDSW – Bournemouth People Dancing – UK wide South East Dance – Brighton TandemWorks – independent UK producing company The Place – London The WorkRoom/Imaginate – Edinburgh/Glasgow Yorkshire Dance – Leeds

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CHILDREN & THEIR GROWN-UPS – “Club Origami” by Takeshi Matsumoto

Dive into the magical world of Club Origami, an immersive and interactive dance show inviting family audiences to create, imagine and explore whole new ways of thinking, playing and moving.

Dance, fashion, and live music meet the magic of origami to sweep us up on a spirited and inspiring adventure in a land made purely of paper and play.

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CHILDREN & THEIR GROWN-UPS SHOWCASE “Windows to new Work Sessions”

Windows on your Work, an opportunity for artists to present their work as part of the CHILDREN & THEIR GROWN-UPS Showcase 2021.

What is the Children & their Grown Ups Showcase?

This Showcase will take place 29 September-2 October 2021 and is the annual Pavilion Dance South West (PDSW) Summit.

Children and young people have been particularly badly hit by the fallout of Covid. This Showcase will open a window onto new dance work for children that is available for touring. It gives artists, companies, producers and programmers a chance to hear about the co-creation of work with children and how it’s being adapated for different touring formats. It will feature live and digital work that is available in the UK and internationally and there will be daily sessions available where 1-1s can be booked with other delegates.

The whole programme will be available to watch wherever you are in the world and will be available in realtime or to access on demand for a limited period. There will be live programmed work involving public audiences which will also be available to watch digitally.

This is a new approach to Showcasing involving multiple locations and partnerships across the UK. We hope you enjoy it as well as make some good connections through it.

Access & lifting barriers: PDSW and partners are committed to supporting disabled artists and those who face barriers in accessing this call out and opportunity. We will have the following access support in place, but please do let us know if there is another way in which we can support you for the showcase by emailing info@pdsw.org.uk or calling: 01202 203630: – BSL interpreted – Live in-person captioning – Advance e-reads with information about the day, a full schedule of events including resting breaks, content and theme notes for trigger warnings including information about lighting and sound.

Children & their Grown Ups Showcase Partners DanceEast – Ipswich PDSW – Bournemouth People Dancing – UK wide South East Dance – Brighton TandemWorks – independent UK producing company The Place – London The WorkRoom/Imaginate – Edinburgh/Glasgow Yorkshire Dance – Leeds

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Demo multi day event

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PDSW announce recipients of Digital Commission led by a Disabled Artist / Company

Pavilion Dance South West are excited to announce the recipients of our Digital Dance works led by a Disabled Artist / Company Commission.  Made possible by our Culture Recovery Fund grant from Arts Council England and DCMS in April 2021, […]

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Stopgap Dance Company: Online Sharing of “Dance Tapes”

Join us for an exclusive sharing of two works from Stopgap Dance Company and their PDSW commission – Dance Tapes.

You’ll experience work-in-progress choreographies of speech and sound, the first two Dance Tapes of a set of six, set to be released late 2021.

Following the sharing, artists Kat Ball and Sander Verbeek will join for a short post-show chat.

This event will be held over Zoom, with BSL and Closed Captions available. The work, though largely audio based, will explore and experiment with creative integrated access through captions, transcripts and BSL interpretation.

You can email lizzy@pdsw.org.uk if you’d like to chat about this event and how we can make it work for you.

Sander Verbeek – Boombox

About work Join SAND-Rs ‘audio bubble’ in his Boombox in a new digital dance work! A fun and frequently frisky one-person audio performance, and a cosmic immersive experience that responds and changes with our energy levels.

SAND-R invites you into their Boombox and guides you through a choreographed experience, describing their movements and unique outlook as they perform.

About Artist: SAND-R (he/they), otherwise known as Sander Verbeek is a Disabled artist from The Netherlands. SAND-R’s career started at Holland Dance Festival (HDF) in 2016. At HDF he quickly got to collaborate with other European dance companies through iDance and also to perform with The Dutch National Ballet. Through iDance they started working with Stopgap Dance Company and in 2018 they joined Stopgap’s Sg2 as an apprentice dancer. As an apprentice for Stopgap the connection with HDF was still strong and a European tour with SALLY Dance Company and SAND-R was planned to happen in 2019 and 2020. However due to the COVID-19 pandemic this tour was put on hold after the first performance. Fortunately towards the end of their time with Sg2 a new creative outlet was found with the Dance Tapes project.

Kat Ball – My Whys

About work ‘My Whys’ is a sound work created by artist Kat Ball, as an intimate reflection on her relationship with dance and the story of life in a disabled body. Kat goes through multiple subjective positions of self to consider what freedom is.

A choreography delivered in her own words, Kat takes us on a journey that is simultaneously universal in resonance and uniquely personal.

About Artist Kat is a freelance disabled dance artist, using standing and wheelchair movement modalities. She has several years experience with different projects and has recently completed an apprenticeship with Stopgap Dance Company. Kat is especially interested in learning more of, and working within, constructs of disability justice and queerness.

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