Rob Heaslip Dance present an ensemble piece of contemporary dance exploring identity; is one’s identity a choice or a group consensus? Friday 1st & Saturday 2nd July at Tramway, Glasgow.
Scotland’s leading Festival of contemporary dance presents its 9th edition, featuring a packeting programme of the best Scottish and International dance, including Company Chordelia, Stephen Pelton, Plutot la Vie, Van Huynh Company, Loz Aggiss, Ballet Lorent, the only Scottish date from Mark Morris Dance Company.
Set in the north of Scotland, “Netting” is a moving story about finding closure after unimaginable loss.
A space, two people and lots of blocks. A falling woman and a tall man. Sprawl is a dynamic dance theatre duet featuring sibling rivalry and acrobatic partnering, bringing a light hearted experience of live movement to all ages.
Curious is a new series of contemporary music and performance events at Woodend Barn – in partnership with sound, NEAT and Buchanan’s Bistro.
KaSt is touring Scotland and the UK throughout 2015, and can offer a mixed bill from their repertoire, plus a tailored education programme.
“This is dance that moves and engages: dynamic,
musical, visceral and performed with an irresistible
honesty and commitment that reach into the
Fuora Dance Project. Interactive dance theatre for ages 2 – 7
“ the dancers have real presence, and between them they create an authentic stage world – convincingly specific to them and their material” Judith Mackrell Current Repertoire available for touring
Dance Theatre for Family Audiences
Performance 45 mins
Workshop 15-20 mins
Ruth Kent / firstname.lastname@example.org / 07596 043 584