Supported Artists

Our Supported Artists are companies and individuals with whom we have agreed to invest time and resource to develop a more meaningful relationship – one that benefits the artist, ourselves and our learning and achievements together. We share a vision and our values play a central role in our relationship:

Generous; Passionate; Inclusive and Inspiring.

We support artists in various ways, including financial support, space at Pavilion Dance, our beautiful dance house by the sea; and through on-going conversations and connections. We also offer small commissions for work that meet with our artistic vision, consider alternative presentation contexts and have the audience at the heart of the creative process.

Artists we currently work with

2Faced Dance Company

2Faced Dance Company produces innovative, accomplished and aspirational artistic performance and participation programmes alongside a captivating community dance programme

Denisas Kolomyckis

Denisas Kolomyckis is a Lithuanian interdisciplinary artist.

Impermanence

Drawing on a range of artistic disciplines, Impermanence is a Bristol-based company creating performances for conventional venues, festivals, cabarets, site-specific projects and community events

Joss Arnott Dance

Joss Arnott Dance is a cutting edge, classical contemporary dance company based in West Yorkshire, led by Artistic Director Joss Arnott.

Mischief Company

Mischief Company is a new physical theatre company based in the U.K. which aims to bring daring, imaginative and challenging works to its audiences.

Second Hand Dance

Second Hand Dance makes highly visual dance performances, collaborating with dancers, visual artists and the public to produce joyful, inspirational shows for children and adults

Seeta Patel

Born in London, Seeta Patel began training under the guidance of Kiran Ratna in 1990 and has since worked with a range of Bharatanatyam and contemporary dance professionals

Southpaw Dance Company

Southpaw Dance Company creates powerful, joyous performances, from small scale solo work to large scale outdoor spectaculars

Vilma Pitrinaitė

Vilma Pitrinaitė (LT/BE) started her career in Aura Dance Theatre, after studying choreography in France, at CDC de Toulouse and Ex.e.r.ce, CCN de Montpellier as well as theatre directing at National Strasbourg Conservatory.

Vincent Dance Theatre

Vincent Dance Theatre (VDT) makes crucial performance for the critical times in which we live.

Zoie Logic Dance Theatre

We get guys dancing. We challenge the perceptions of dance, who it’s for, where and how it is shown.

Who we have worked with before

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