Artists 4 Artists is an artist led network upskilling & supporting hip hop theatre artists in the UK. They’ve been hosting weekly workshops and discussions – keep an eye on their Instagram for what’s coming up next!
Cheshire Dance have created a selection of pre-recorded activities that have been designed specifically for those with learning disabilities and their carers to follow in their homes or care settings.
Stay In and Boogie is a fun, accessible and inclusive dance workshop from the wonderful Lisa Simpson (of Lisa Simpson Inclusive Dance Ltd.) and Helen Gould (La Petite Mort Theatre), commissioned especially for The Dukes.
Follow Lisa, Helen and their team of dancers as they show you a creative movement game that’s free for you to interpret to suit your needs and space!
Home Practice is a free self-guided programme of online dance workshops and classes by Stopgap Dance Company that introduce a variety approaches to dance practice, with inclusivity at its heart. As the name suggests, all sessions are suitable to practice at home, wherever that may be.
James Cousins Company have been sharing their dance films via their Facebook, including the acclaimed Within Her Eyes. Stay tuned for more work…
Every month James Wilton Dance upload a new professional and open level class that subscribers can take any time and anywhere. Classes explore their unique floor work style in a safe and accessible way, as well as covering trick tutorials, pieces of repertoire and fitness challenges. Unlike live classes, you can take things at your own speed, and can repeat things as often as you like.
In a time when the experience of separation and detachment has such a profound effect and a touch has become a dangerous gesture, we are longing for simple human connections. This short film explores a ‘body map’ that links individual lives and individual bodies into a joint journey, a community connecting together through movement.
A four part series responding to Hip Hop theatre work Born to Manifest by Artistic Director Joseph Toonga, a work that Illuminates the systematic racial cycles and their impact on Black British men.
With two response collaborations from Theo Oloyade/Godson & Elliott Banks & Jade Hackett & Nuna Sandy.
A new inclusive dance resource film that features advice from 42 of the UK’s most experienced inclusive dance practitioners. Launches Wednesday 10 March, 7.00pm on Parable Dance’s YouTube channel – subscribe with the link below!
Join Russell and his company dancers – Alethia Antonia, Edd Arnold, Grace Jabbari, Folu Odimayo and Will Thompson – for morning classes Monday to Friday 10.45am – 12.00pm GMT.
Classes are focused on increasing body awareness, articulation and strength whilst exploring choices in movement and dynamics within a playful practice.
Drawing on anatomical information as a resource for movement and improvisation, class will encourage connection, balance and listening to the body in movement.
The classes are suitable for professionals, dancers in training and those with a few years physical training or movement experience.
£5 for one class
£20 for one week of 5 classes
Many of our friends have created exciting online experiences and we wanted to share these with you – take a look!