Akram Khan, Kevin O’Hare, Gillian Lynne, Tamara Rojo, Jonzi D and Wayne McGregor are among the speakers at The Future: New Ideas, New Inspirations, the UK’s first ever industry-wide dance conference. Organised by Dance UK, the conference will offer more than 120 speakers, with events at London venues from April 9 to 12. The conference […]
Applications are open for Next Choreography, a year-long training programme that builds young people’s knowledge, skills and understanding of choreography, based at Siobhan Davies Studios in London.
Siobhan Davies Dance will collaborate with three leading UK contemporary art venues this spring. The company will be at the ICA from January 8 to 19, at Glasgow’s Tramway from January 29 to February 2 and at Arnolfini in Bristol in April.
Richard Alston, Mark Baldwin, Siobhan Davies, Wayne McGregor and Monica Mason will be among those celebrating the 70th birthday of dance film director and producer Bob Lockyer, in an evening held at The Place on April 13.
It’s autumn! The leaves are starting to fall, and dance companies are back on stage for the new season.
Watch This Space, the festival of free performance held outside London’s National Theatre, celebrates juggling with The Gandinis this week, from August 3–7. In the past, the company have regularly created works with dance artists, including Gill Clarke of Siobhan Davies dance.
From March 30 to April 17, The Royal Ballet’s Zenaida Yanowsky will dance in and around Claire Barclay’s installation Shadow Spans at the Whitechapel Gallery in East London.
The 11th National Dance Awards took place at Sadler’s Wells, London on Monday, January 24. It was an afternoon of celebration, congratulation and Black Swan jokes.
Siobhan Davies Dance has announced performances and events for 2011, including activities at Siobhan Davies Studios.
The Hayward Gallery’s MOVE: Choreographing You is a major exhibition examining the interaction between visual arts and dance, from the 1960s to the present.
Siobhan Davies Dance launches ROTOR, a programme of performances, sound installations and artworks by award-winning artists, including The Score, a new work by Davies herself. The Score has been filmed from above, its patterns becoming a “score” for nine invited artists to respond through their own art forms.