Details below about the classes and workshops available online during DanceLive 2020.
Tickets cost £7 for a day pass and £25 for a full festival pass which will give access to the whole four day programme.
Photo: Chris Scott
Dance Writing Programme
by Róisín O’Brien
DanceLive 2020 will host a dance writing programme for writers interested in learning more about dance writing technique and working in the industry.
Participants will attend a writing workshop on Thursday 15th October led by dance writer Róisín O’Brien. This workshop will look at the specifics of writing about dance as opposed to other performing arts, and will include practical exercises for participants to explore new ways of writing.
Participants will be then be invited to respond to shows throughout the festival in reviews or more reflective formats: participants will receive feedback from Róisín and their responses will be published on the DanceLive section of the Citymoves websites. Participants will also be able to request short 1-to-1 sessions with Róisín to discuss particular questions or projects they are working on.
This programme is for those who already have a writing practice and would like to learn more about dance, or for those working within dance who would like to engage with movement through writing.
For more information on how to apply, please see the Call Out on the Citymoves News page
Thursday, 15th October
10.00 – 13.00 BST
Photo: Marc Bordons
Daniel Navarro Lorenzo
Choreographic workshop of STATE
Saturday, 17th October
12.00 – 13.30 BST
Learn with Daniel Navarro Lorenzo part of his later work of, a fragile geography: STATE. The workshop of 1h 30 min will show step by step a phrase of the choreography and all the details, A phrase learned and performed by more than 100 artists from more than 25 countries around the world. a workshop is thinking of doing from your home, so you can do it from your home, a studio or outdoors.
Please warm up on your own before prior to the the workshop starting.