Random International x Company Wayne McGregor will present Future Self at the 15th International Festival of Contemporary Dance (23 July – 1 August 2021) as part of FIRST SENSE, Wayne McGregor’s inaugural programme as Director of the Venice Biennale Danza (2021 – 2024).
Choreographer, MC, poet and performer Blackhaine links up with artist Richie Culver. DID U CUM YET / I’M NOT GONNA CUM, a collaborative work takes its name from Culver’s now infamous canvas work ‘Did U Cum Yet?’
Marquee TV has announced its debut of Sadeh21 performed by Batsheva – The Young Ensemble, which premieres on the platform this Saturday 25th April.
Tate have released an exclusive online-only performance by Faustin Linyekula, one of many ways people can still access art through Tate’s digital channels.
Contemporary dance company Igor x Moreno bring the premiere of their brand-new dance show BEAT and A Room For All Our Tomorrows back to London.
They fought for their families, their livelihoods, their communities, their futures and for an industry…but what happened to the families who survived the epic year-long battle of the Miners’ Strike of 1984/85?
Sadler’s Wells today announced 20 landmark commissions to mark the 20th anniversary of its iconic London theatre.
Orphe shoes are equipped with motion sensors and LEDs to enable artists to create multi-coloured movements. The data from Orphe can be used to wirelessly control external devices, enabling the shoes to act as a musical instrument or videogame controller as well as creating illuminated patterns in the air.
The Place Prize for dance, sponsored by Bloomberg, is the leading competition for UK-based dance makers. Uniquely, it is a competition for commissioned works, and entrants are given funds, free studio time and technical support to create their work.
Spring Loaded brings together the freshest talents in contemporary dance, featuring works by emerging and mid-careers dance artists that are currently working in the UK and internationally.
Video:CITY (by BLOOM!) – promo Straightforward, ironic and fearless, CITY expresses opinions about dictatorship, discrimination, prejudice, power, fear, ignorance, attraction… Read More