31/01/17

EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW IN THE WORDS OF A CAT STUDENT

DanceEast Centre for Advanced Training (CAT) is one of ten national centres that identifies children and young people, aged between 10 and 18 years, with exceptional potential in dance. The nationwide scheme aims to develop, create and inspire the next generation of dance artists, choreographers and dance leaders. By cultivating young dancers at a critical…

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This April join @rambertschool for their Spring Mixed Programme which premieres new choreographic pieces from Kim B… https://t.co/CZ4QUMTbUT

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10/01/17

DIRECTORS OF WORLD’S LEADING DANCE COMPANIES GATHER FOR RURAL RETREAT 2017: HOW TO SELL OUT WITHOUT SELLING OUT

  Over the last weekend, 5-8 January 2017, Artistic Directors from the world’s leading dance companies met in Ipswich to discuss major global leadership challenges, focusing specifically on audiences. The event was hosted and organised by DanceEast and brought together leaders from the across the USA, Australia, Asia and Europe.   Devised and originated in…

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Are you aged between 10-16? Come along to our @humanhood_ Workshop! . . Fri 22 March | 4.30 - 6.00pm . . To book your place visit our website or call our box office on 01473 295230. #dance #workshop #youngpeople #dancecompany #danceeast #ipswich #suffolk
09/01/17

Equity and DanceEast Agree Ground-breaking Policy for Choreographic Commissions

Agreement is first of its kind and paves the way for fair pay in dance commissions Equity and DanceEast have agreed an innovative policy on choreographic commissions, in an attempt to tackle issues around low pay and poor conditions in commissioned dance work. The policy enshrines DanceEast’s commitment to good practice and from 1 January…

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09/01/17

World-class dance company inspires next generation of UK dance artists

In late summer 2016, Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater worked, for the first time, with gifted and talented young dancers from Centres for Advanced Training across the UK, in a new partnership between Dance Consortium and DanceEast. Hosted at DanceEast’s home, the Jerwood DanceHouse, on Ipswich waterfront, the four-day intensive, from 30 August – 2…

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U.DANCE EAST 2019 . . Just over a week to go before we welcome 9 local youth groups to perform at the Jerwood DanceHouse as part of U.Dance Festival, with invites guests Advance Dance Company. We can’t wait! #udance2019 #dance #youth #youngpeople #danceeast #ipswich #suffolk
09/01/17

DANCEEAST CENTRE FOR ADVANCED TRAINING IS LOOKING FOR THE BEST YOUNG DANCE TALENT IN THE EAST!

  DanceEast Centre for Advanced Training (CAT) is looking for children and young people aged 10 – 18 years who have what it takes to become a world-class dancer. DanceEast CAT is looking for individuals who aspire to have a career in dance, who stand out, show drive and determination, are hard-working and creative, and…

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❗️❗️Please be aware that there will be a Brexit Protest at Copdock, Ipswich at 6pm. Please take this into considera… https://t.co/pnzqRRn3cS

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05/01/17

DANCEEAST LAUNCHES FIRST DANCE FOR DEMENTIA CLASS

  This Janaury, DanceEast is launching a brand new programme of classes for people living with Dementia and their family carers, in partnership with New Adventures & Re:Bourne and Dementia Pathfinders. The classes are designed for family carers and those they support in the early stages of Dementia to share the experience together. The classes…

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Take part in a free CAT taster workshop! BOYS IPSWICH TASTER WORKSHOP - Sat 16 Feb IPSWICH TASTER WORKSHOP - Mon 18 Feb NORWICH TASTER WORKSHOP - Tues 19 Feb COLCHESTER TASTER WORKSHOP - Wed 20 Feb CAMBRIDGE TASTER WORKSHOP - Thurs 21 Feb . . . To book your place visit our website: www.danceeast.co.uk/cat @danceeastcat
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