PLYMOUTH DANCE NEWS

Plymouth Dance has moved office!

After 4.5 very happy years being based at Plymouth School of Creative Arts, Plymouth Dance and Exim Dance have moved! We are delighted be new tenants at Broad Quay House, Richmond Walk, Plymouth, managed by VPS Guardians. Thank you to our friends at PSCA for hosting...

Meet Plymouth’s own version of Billy Elliot

He was a schoolboy like any other – apart from his extreme love for all things ballet. Leo Dixon, who grew up in Mannamead, is now a professional dancer for The Royal Ballet in London. But with humble beginnings in Plymouth, the 22-year-old says he will not forget the...

Mark Laville steps down as Barbican Theatre’s artistic director

Mark Laville, Artistic Director of Barbican Theatre (Plymouth), has announced he will step down after 26 years in the role. Mark has been invited to co-ordinate the new BA (Hons) Theatre & Performance course at Falmouth University as a Senior Lecturer. The Academy of...

Zannah Doan to step into CEO role at Pavilion Dance South West

Bournemouth-based national dance development organisation Pavilion Dance South West (PDSW) are thrilled to announce that Zannah Doan will be leading the organisation from the 1stMarch as Chief Executive, taking over from Deryck Newland, who will be taking on the role...

Marie Mccluskey Dance Makers Fund

After creating and steering the development of Swindon Dance for over 35 years founding Artistic Director, Marie McCluskey has worked with, guided, mentored and supported literally hundreds of people to watch, make, perform, produce, and study all kinds of dance. The...

Applications for our 2017 Mentoring Programmes

One Dance UK Mentoring programmes are now open. These much  programmes are offered to dance artists and practitioners in England, Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland who have been identified as future industry leaders. Successful applicants are matched up with...

New Creative Dance and Theatre Classes for younger children

Barbican Theatre are delighted to announce it will be introducing two new classes for younger children aged from 18 months to 6 years, as part of it’s young people’s Performance Trainingcreative dance and theatre programme. Barbican Theatre offers young people the...