Contemporary dance workshops for young people

News Contemporary dance workshops for young people

13th September 2011

To celebrate ten years of DanceXchange [dx] being based at Birmingham Hippodrome, dx is presenting a special anniversary Autumn season of performances by some of the biggest names in the contemporary dance world.

Alongside these performances, for the first time ever dx is offering young dancers the exciting opportunity to take part in workshops led by some of these visiting companies, as well as critically acclaimed West Midlands based company Motionhouse Dance Theatre.

If you are aged 15-19 and are currently studying dance, or are a member of youth dance company, these workshops are a unique opportunity to work with experienced dance companies and develop your skills.

Hofesh Shechter Company // Sat 24 Sept // 11am - 2pm // £12
2Faced Dance Company // Sat 1 Oct // 11am - 2pm // £12
Rosie Kay Dance Company // Sat 8 Oct // 11am - 2pm // £12
Frauke Requardt // Sat 22 Oct // 11am - 2pm // £12
Motionhouse Dance Theatre // Sat 12 Nov // 11am - 1pm // £8

Season Pass
A great way to guarantee your place is to buy a season pass to attend all of these workshops for just £50. Places are limited, so please book early to avoid disappointment.


Special ticket offer for participants
As a special treat for anyone attending the Hofesh Shechter, 2Faced, Rosie Kay or Frauke Requardt workshops, you can get a ticket for their accompanying show at DanceXchange for just £6! (Tickets normally £10/£7 - please confirm you want a ticket when booking a place on the workshop)


Places for workshops will be allocated on a first come first served basis, so please book early to avoid disappoint. Download and complete the booking form, and return to Cat Boffy cat.boffy@dancexchange.org.uk For more information call 0121 689 3170
 

 

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