Catching up with… Dickson MBI

Photo by Woon-Shik Lee At the beginning of 2020, Dickson Mbi previewed his new work Enowate at the Jerwood DanceHouse to a sold-out audience, he then gave a down to earth post show talk which made our audiences love him even more. We hope to have Dickson back in the theatre soon but, in the meantime, we wanted to…

Catching Up With… Alleyne Dance

Photo by Koonépics Alleyne Dance, founded by sisters Kristina and Sadé Alleyne, last visited the Jerwood DanceHouse to perform A Night’s Game in 2019, leaving our audiences amazed and impressed by their strong and powerful performance. Their choreographic aesthetic reflects their diverse background as both athletes and trained dancers – blending Afro-Caribbean, Hip Hop, Kathak…

DanceEast receives lifeline grant from Government’s £1.57bn Culture Recovery Fund

DanceEast has been awarded £73,080 as part of the Government’s £1.57 billion Culture Recovery Fund (CRF) grants announced today by the Culture Secretary – this will be a vital lifeline to help the organisation face the challenges of the coronavirus pandemic and ensure a sustainable future. DanceEast is delighted to be one of 1,385 cultural…

Ten Minutes With… Luca Braccia

Luca in the Fuora Dance Project, photo by Michal Nawrocki   Luca Braccia is a performer, choreographer, teacher, and founder and artistic director of BARBERDANCE / lucabraccia&Co. He also teaches on the University of Suffolk BA (Hons) Dance course. We asked Luca what his favourite things about his jobs are, what it was like to teach…

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