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The Red Line Sessions: Finding Comfort in Discomfort

Colin Poole & Charlie Morrissey discuss the making of ‘White Charlie’ A few weeks ago South East Dance programmed a day called Trailing Identity as part of their undisciplined Festival.…

Choreography for outdoor sites by Virginia Farman

This blog reflects on some of the questioning underpinning the creation of outdoor site responsive dance work Children’s Games.  Although Children’s Games is not finished, experts are being shown as part of…

The Red Line Sessions: A Serious Shift Part 1

You are listening to The Red Line Sessions – a new series of podcasts from South East Dance as part of our Dramaturg in Residence programme. Over the next weeks,…

Both, Two – Vera Tussing & Esse Vanderbruggen

Both, Two How can two bodies come together – under what conditions, in what constellation? And what comes between them, mediating their contact: objects, stories, identities, commands? ‘Both, Two’ examines…

radical non-symmetrical (reciprocated) advocacy

radical non-symmetrical (reciprocated) advocacy   I thought about what I want to stand for. This is it’s provisional form. You can sign up too. I think you know what to…

The Red Line Sessions: Why Wouldn’t We

You are listening to The Red Line Sessions – a new series of podcasts from South East Dance as part of our Dramaturg in Residence programme. Over the next weeks,…

People Dancing International Conference 2017

People Dancing International conference 2017 focused, among other topics, on how to lead dance classes for people with Parkinson’s. In the photo attached you can see delegates in a dance with…

Introducing Luke Pell, Guest Dramaturg for 2018

Luke Pell, our guest dramaturg, will be delivering eight online offerings over the next few months, discursive sessions that explore his approach to the craft of dramaturgy, threads of thinking…