Nottdance 2019Past, Dance Wed 9 Oct – Sun 13 Oct
Nottdance 2019, produced by Dance4, is back with a new edition taking place between Wednesday 9 -Sunday 13 October.
Nottdance is Nottingham's festival of choreographic ideas foregrounding new works, discourse and research with art activating public discussion around what is urgent now. Five days full of questions, ideas, challenges and dancing!
The festival is the second to take place at the international Centre for Choreography (iC4C) as well as continuing to be presented in the inspiring and brilliant venues in our city - Nottingham Contemporary, Backlit Gallery, St Mary's Church and Nottingham Lakeside Arts.
The 2019 festival welcomes Matthias Sperling as co-curator alongside Paul Russ, Artistic Director of Dance4, and they are excited to invite you to witness what they have put together. Over the 5-days, Nottingham will host 28 artists and companies to offer 12 performances, 6 studio-based practices, 4 discourse events and 2 parties, including performances at Nottingham Contemporary from international artists.
The festival highlights current practices and thinking from local, national and international artists with first timers and premieres alike. Nottdance 2019 conjures up something for everyone. Come and watch, listen, talk, participate and contribute to what is on offer.
You can take advantage of the ticket deals available which allow you to enjoy an evening of performances on either the Thursday, Friday and/or Saturday for £25. If you're eligible for concession you can enjoy the same deal for £20. Concessions are also available across the festival for individual tickets.
Visit the Nottdance website to view full details about booking, deals and tickets. You can also find out more information about the artists and the full programme. Tickets can be booked by either phoning Dance4 during office hours, visiting the website or by downloading the Dance4 app which also have all Dance4 upcoming events.
Dates:9 Oct 2019 – 13 Oct 2019
Nottdance festival gives thanks to funders, Arts Council England and Nottingham City Council as well as festival supporters FranceDance UK and Quebec Government Office, London.