One of Scotland's leading dancers, choreographers and teachers, Jack was recently awarded the ‘One To Watch’ winner at the Sunday Herald Scottish Culture Awards 2016. He has established a bold and distinctive choreographic voice and created an acclaimed body of work, which has been presented extensively in major theatres and festivals the UK and Europe. …
Wunderbar by Rob Heaslip and Laura Murphy at Zoo Southside, 5th - 13th August.
An ensemble piece of contemporary dance exploring identity; is one’s identity a choice or a group consensus?
Set in the north of Scotland, “Netting” is a moving story about finding closure after unimaginable loss. Touing Scotland Spring 2016.
An annual festival celebrating contemporary dance, presenting the best contemporary dance in the North East.
A showcase of the best dance from Aberdeen and the North East, encompassing a range of styles and featuring performers from all of Aberdeen’s leading dance schools.
100 DAYS/100 DANCES offered taster classes, performance events and dance ‘happenings’ around the city centre, every day for 100 days.
Dance and performance art festival, which took place in Aberdeen in March 2012, 2013 and 2014.
A four-day festival featuring some of the most exciting and influential performance artists in the world.
"These two wildly funny, contrasting choreographers have wanted to dance this duet together for the past 25 years. They are now old and grumpy enough to do it. "
ACT Aberdeen's Dance Gala, presenting work by a variety of local dance companies.
Pop up Street Theatre in Aberdeen.
Poor Sam’s not feeling well and the alien world inside Sam’s body has become all topsy-turvy: armies of cells fighting, organs partying, a volcanic belly and intestines knotted and confused.