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MA Choreography and Professional Practice - University of ChichesterProfessional Development

1 September - 2 November

We are embarking on delivering on our first MA postgraduate qualification. The MA Choreography and Professional Practice course starts at the University of Chichester in September 2014. The programme has been designed and will be delivered by University of Chichester in partnership with South East Dance, enabling students to engage with us as a national dance development organisation and access a wide range of events, expertise, networking and professional development opportunities delivered both on and off campus.

The practice-based course explores choreographic methods and approaches and encourages students to position themselves as artists within the U.K and European contemporary dance scene. The course includes compulsory modules: Choreographic Practices, Artist as Producer and Dissertation all of which can be practically based allowing you to explore choreographic ideas and interests through the planning, making and performing of new dance work. Additional, optional modules include: Dance Technique, Writing for Performance, New Media and Performance Practices.

For more information or to apply for the course visit http://apps.chi.ac.uk/services/courses/Prospectusdetail.cfm?id=79 or speak to Dr Victoria Hunter, Senior Lecturer in Dance, University of Chichester: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
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BLACK DANCE ARCHIVES PROJECT: EXHIBITIONLive Performances / Events

BLACK DANCE ARCHIVES PROJECT: EXHIBITION

11 September - 8 October

Celebrating the contribution made by Black dance artists to dance development in the UK.

This unique project is led by Deborah Baddoo MBE, Artistic Director of State of Emergency. It catalogues archive collections from 28 celebrated individuals and organisations from the 1960s to 2000s.

A 2-year programme of dynamic participatory activity will animate the archive and a brand new website, will ensure that it becomes available for all to experience and enjoy.

Dance for Life: State of Emergency Productions (1991). Image © David Corio.

The Black Dance Archives project is managed and delivered by STATEOFtrust. Made possible with generous support from the Heritage Lottery Fund.


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  • £FREE
  • South East Dance Studios, 39 Egerton Avenue, Hextable, BR8 7LG
  • 01322 618618

DANCE TOURING PARTNERSHIP PRESENTS BOY BLUE ENTERTAINMENT IN: THE FIVE & THE PROPHECY OF PRANALive Performances / Events

DANCE TOURING PARTNERSHIP PRESENTS BOY BLUE ENTERTAINMENT IN: THE FIVE & THE PROPHECY OF PRANA

7 October - 8 October

Five young troublemakers are drawn into a power struggle that has divided a secret group of warriors. Given a chance to redeem themselves and to restore peace, their action-packed adventure becomes a celebration of camaraderie and the triumph of the human spirit.
Set in modern Tokyo, The Five & the Prophecy of Prana sees dazzling visuals frame a dynamic fusion of hip-hop and martial arts in an explosive tribute to manga – Japan’s popular graphic novel form.

Kenrick ‘H20’ Sandy and Michael ‘Mikey J’ Asante, the Olivier award-winning team behind Pied Piper and choreographer and composer for the film Streetdance 3D, have worked with the monks from the Shaolin Temple Warrior School, Japanese manga artist Akio Tanaka, and award winning video animation studio Yeast Culture, to create this electrifying show.
Followed by a post-show discussion with the Company on Tuesday 7 October only.

“Kenrick ‘H2O’ Sandy’s choreography… flows like water, one minute silky smooth, the next fast and furious, b-boying, tutting and krumping, and requires little narrative, but narrative there is.”
British Theatre Guide

“A mash-up of superhero comics, Japanese manga and kung fu movies. Hip-hop and fighting moves mesh wonderfully.”
The Independent

The Five & the Prophecy of Prana: Boy Blue Entertainment. Image © Hugo Glendinning.

Co-programmed in partnership with Brighton Dome. Production co-commissioned by the Barbican, London and Derry-Londonderry UK City of Culture. Produced by Boy Blue Entertainment. Co-produced by the Barbican and Les Théâtres de la Ville de Luxembourg. Additional support from The Great British Sasakawa Foundation and Laban Theatre, Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music & Dance. Original creation and UK tour supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England and Arts Council Wales.


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  • 7.30pm
  • £10 - £17.50 Under 16s half price, under 26s £10, family ticket (best seats) £45
  • Brighton Dome Concert Hall, Brighton, BN1 1UD
  • 01273 709709
  • brightondome.org

FLOURISH FUNDProfessional Development

FLOURISH FUND

13 October

An opportunity for dance artists working in the South East to pitch for funds to support their personal professional development.

Pitch to us for any amount between £50 - £250, for anything that will help you develop as a movement-based artist - perhaps a place on a creative development or business course, a train ticket to get to a residency or a mentoring session with a peer.

We are open to applications from all people, at any stage of their career.

Deadline for applications: Monday 13 October.


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CURIOUS SEED IN ASSOCIATION WITH MOKO DANCE PRESENT: CHALK ABOUTLive Performances / Events

CURIOUS SEED IN ASSOCIATION WITH MOKO DANCE PRESENT: CHALK ABOUT

28 October

Chalk About is a show for families which is a playful, funny and sometimes moving look at how we see ourselves and others, featuring dance, chat and one perfect scene containing everything you could wish for…

Join Christine and Hendrik on their journey as they find answers to some big questions about identity and the meaning of life. What makes us who we are? Is it where we are from? Is it the way we move, or how we talk? Our pasts or our futures? Or is it about the way we dance?

“Brave, honest and delightful … full of a rich sense of the joy of human difference.”
The Scotsman

A fun-filled programme of MOKO Dance family activities will be available one hour before the show.

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Chalk About: Curious Seed. Image © eoin carey.

Co-programmed in partnership with Brighton Dome. Chalk About was commissioned by Imaginate, supported through the Scottish Government’s Edinburgh Festivals Expo Fund. Produced by Catalyst Dance Management and co-produced in association with Tanzhaus NRW [Dusseldorf] and The Work Room [Glasgow]. Supported by Fresh Tracks Europe and Artspace.


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  • 1.30pm & 4pm
  • ££7 / £5 concessions, £22 family ticket
  • Brighton Dome Studio Theatre, Brighton, BN1 1UD
  • 01273 709709
  • brightondome.org

THE URBAN PLAYGROUND: MICRO CHOREOGRAPHY WORKSHOPLive Performances / Events

THE URBAN PLAYGROUND: MICRO CHOREOGRAPHY WORKSHOP

29 October - 31 October

Take part in a 3-hour workshop with The Urban Playground team to learn the fundamentals of performance parkour and then create short choreographies for presentation alongside Steam on Friday 31 October.

To find out more or to apply for this opportunity, please email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it explaining why you wish to take part and confirming you are available to attend the stated days.

Urban Playground. Inner City. Image © Zoe Manders.

This event has been made possible with support from Cathedral Group (Holdings) Ltd and McLaren.
  • Wednesday 2-5pm or Thursday 2-5pm Performances: Friday 12pm & 3pm
  • £FREE
  • CIRCUS STREET MARKET, Brighton, BN2 9QF
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THE URBAN PLAYGROUND: STEAM [WORK-IN-PROGRESS]Live Performances / Events

THE URBAN PLAYGROUND: STEAM [WORK-IN-PROGRESS]

31 October

Urban explorers enter an empty industrial space and beneath canvas tarps discover the skeletal remains of a machine that changed the world. Captivated, they open a furnace and shovel coal on the fires of the past. An elegant model of efficient motion, it is monstrously utilitarian and gracefully refined. In the ghostly light of the hungry engine images of epic journeys appear. Engineers and drivers, station guards and porters hurry back to work at the sound of a whistle blast; and the passengers, the passengers begin to dance…

From revolutionary Russia to Buster Keaton’s Old West and from the Europe of Holmes and Poirot to the futuristic Asia of a James Bond movie, this train will take you on journey you’ll never forget.

This work-in-progress showing will be accompanied by two ‘Micro-Choreographies’ performed by local participants.

Eventbrite - THE URBAN PLAYGROUND: STEAM [WORK-IN-PROGRESS]

Urban Playground. Inner City. Image © Zoe Manders.

Co-commissioned by South East Dance, Pavilion Dance South West and The Civic, Barnsley. This event has been made possible with support from Cathedral Group (Holdings) Ltd and McLaren.


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