Spring is officially upon us with longer days signalling the countdown to Brighton Fringe 2019. If you’re an artist or performer taking part, we’d like to invite you to consider applying for the South East Dance Fringe award. You don’t have to be listed in the Dance section but movement and choreography must be at the heart of your work. To apply, click here and we very much look forward to being part of your audience.

Now we’ve marched out of March and into destinies unknown, our friends at Bill’s Brighton are offering friends of South East Dance a Brexit Blues antidote. With every evening meal reservation made until the end of April, Bill’s will throw in a free glass of Prosecco or beer per person. Treat yourself by booking up here using the code SED1. Now take a breather, put your feet up and read our latest news.
Announcing The Welcome Project artist commissions
Back in December we put a call-out for artists interested in creating work with the groups we’re collaborating with as part of The Welcome Project. We are delighted to announce that we have commissioned four artists to work with our friends at Brooke Mead Extra Care Facility, Brighton Unemployed Centre Families Project, Brighton Youth Centre and Puffin Community Nursery throughout May and June.

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Thank you! Update on the Jamie Watton Fund
We wanted to say a huge THANK YOU to all of you who have donated to the fund set up in memory of our late Artistic Director and CEO, Jamie Watton who passed away last year. To date, the fund has received donations totalling over £14,500, including a weighty contribution from gift aid and, along with Jamie’s family, we have been overwhelmed by your generosity.

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Flourish artist Hayley Matthews curates Brighton Fringe Day of Dance at the Spiegeltent
Hayley Matthews is the bright star behind Ensemble, a collective of international artists who use dance, sound and light to create a sense of intimacy with audiences in public spaces. South East Dance has supported Hayley through the Flourish fund in support of her new show In Your Chamber, a collaboration with fellow Ensemble artist, drummer Al Simmons.

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Continuing our 21st Birthday celebrations; remembering Dust with Mim King
Digging around in the archives we came across Dust, a beautiful short film by Anthony Atanasio, performed by Mim King and commissioned by South East Dance Agency (as it was then) and Lighthouse.

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From our Friends: Bryony Kimmings: I'm A Phoenix, Bitch Bryony Kimmings returns with her first solo show in nearly a decade. A mythical legend performed straight from a heart still pulsing with pain. Combining personal stories with epic film, soundscapes and ethereal music the artist creates a powerful, dark and joyful work about motherhood, heartbreak and finding inner strength.

Co-commissioned by Attenborough Centre for the Creative Arts, Battersea Arts Centre and Arts Centre Melbourne.
  • Friday 3 – Tuesday 7 May
  • Attenborough Centre for the Creative Arts,BN1 9RA
For further information, click here

Wim Vandekeybus / Ultima Vez: TrapTown Featuring dance, film, and an original musical score by Trixie Whitley and Phoenician Drive, this is a multimedia experience from celebrated choreographer Wim Vandekeybus, charting the course of mythology in one story.
  • Tuesday 21 May
  • Brighton Dome Concert Hall, BN1 1UE
For further information, click here
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