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UK contemporary dance training: choreographers raise concerns

Three leading British companies have expressed concern over the standards of training in UK contemporary dance schools. Akram Khan Company, DV8 Physical Theatre and Hofesh Shechter Company say they have to look overseas because they cannot find UK-trained dancers of sufficient calibre.

Professional development with Punchdrunk

Punchdrunk Enrichment continues its programme of professional development opportunities with a range of production and design masterclasses. Events run alongside Punchdrunk’s The Drowned Man: A Hollywood Fable, which has been staged in a disused building near London’s Paddington Station. The masterclasses include an opportunity to work with Punchdrunk’s artistic director, Felix Barrett, and associate director […]

Q&A: Maxine Doyle

Internationally acclaimed immersive theatre company Punchdrunk returns to London with its new show The Drowned Man: A Hollywood Fable. Nicola Rayner speaks to associate director and choreographer, Maxine Doyle What can you tell us about The Drowned Man? It is inspired by Büchner’s Woyzeck, which is a tale of a lonely solider who is driven […]

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