30/06/21

SAVE THE DATE: CHILDREN & THEIR GROWN UPS SHOWCASE

We are proud to be one of the national partners working with Pavilion Dance South West on their industry-focused CHILDREN & THEIR GROWN-UPS, taking place from Wednesday 29 September to Saturday 2 October this year. The dance-based showcase offers a UK-wide programme of discussion, live and livestreamed work and pitches.  Artists and companies will be invited to present…
30/06/21

A CROSSROADS BETWEEN THE DANCE AND QUEER COMMUNITIES… 10 MINUTES WITH ESTHER ALCOCK

Photography by Malcolm Tam   Esther Alcock is a new member of our team here at DanceEast and also volunteers with Suffolk Pride. We wanted to get her insight about the crossroads between the dance world and the queer community, and to find out more about her journey into dance. Hi Esther, thank you for…
16/06/21

Pride, dance and the future. Ten minutes with Stuart Waters

Photos by Rosie Powell   Stuart Waters is a dance artist who has worked with DanceEast on many projects and classes, as well as presenting his own work as part of our theatre programme. Most recently we’ve worked with Stuart on MOVE | TALK | PRIDE, which we talk more about in this interview. Stuart…
15/06/21

RETURN TO THE THEATRE IN AUTUMN 2021

BLKDOG, Far From the Norm. Photo by Camilla Greenwell. DanceEast will finally be able to welcome audiences back to its Studio Theatre in Autumn 2021 – with a staggering Season that, after over a year of closure, promises to be well worth the wait. DanceEast will showcase an exciting collection of truly brilliant artists and…
12/06/21

ARTISTIC DIRECTOR AND CHIEF EXECUTIVE OF DANCEEAST, BRENDAN KEANEY, HAS BEEN AWARDED THE OBE FOR SERVICES TO DANCE

DanceEast is delighted to announce that its Artistic Director and Chief Executive, Brendan Keaney has been recognised in the Queen’s Birthday Honours List, 2021 and awarded the OBE for Services to Dance. The honour is acknowledgement of both Brendan’s contributions to the cultural sector and his support of DanceEast’s work in the community as a…
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