This spring, Greenwich Dance launches ArtsUnboxed, a new way to safely create, produce and tour work in 2021. Funded by the Culture Recovery Fund, administered by Arts Council England, Greenwich Dance has commissioned six artists to develop new dance work that can be packaged as a virtual blueprint and sold to venues, festivals and dance […]
Auditions for the Dancehall Theatre Exchange Collective (DTX Collective) will be held on Saturday, January 11, from 10am (please be prepared to stay all day), at Greenwich Dance, London.
As part of the Greenwich Dances season, choreographer Arthur Pita’s Open Heart Productions will stage a 100-hour dance marathon, running from June 3 to 7.
Bring the sounds of salsa to life on the dancefloor Lee Knights, aka Salsa Lee, one of the UK’s top instructors and experts on musicality, at Greenwich Dance’s Tuesday-evening salsa classes.
Brendan Keaney (pictured), currently director of Greenwich Dance, has been appointed artistic director and chief executive of DanceEast, Ipswich. He replaces Assis Carreiro, who has left to direct the Royal Ballet of Flanders, and will take up the post in March 2013.
Choreographers who have worked on “Strictly Come Dancing” and the Olympic opening ceremony will teach courses at London’s Greenwich Dance this autumn.
Next summer, Scottish Ballet, English National Ballet and National Dance Company Wales will create work and perform together for the first time, as part of the Cultural Olympiad. Tickets are now on sale for the joint performances in Glasgow, Cardiff and London.
This month, Greenwich Dance launches a new season of tea dances, in the sleek 1930s location of the Borough Hall.
Greenwich Dance invites you to a Tea Dance on Saturday, April 30, in the Art Deco setting of the 1930s Borough Hall, Greenwich. The Hugh Ockendon Band will provide live music, with dances including the waltz, the cha cha cha and the Lambeth Walk. As well as dancing, there will be tea and cake, and […]
Greenwich Dance is extending its international links in 2011. Dancers from India, Japan and Eastern Europe will come to London to perform in the art deco Borough Hall, while links with dance promoters in Bulgaria, Croatia and Greece have produced a series of inter-city cabarets.
Dance to Work in Greenwich Greenwich Dance’s new programme, Dance to Work, aims to improve health in the workplace.