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EVERYBODY DANCE Kingfisher and Damselflies


EVERYBODY DANCE aims to inspire, explore and create great dance experiences with disabled and non-disabled people of all ages in unexpected spaces





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Events This Summer

We've had exciting events for young and old - and everybody in between, from Family Days to Tea Dances and, for beginner and intermediate aerial dancers, a wonderful Retreat.

And now, at the end of July, we're off to Germany for the fantastic BoulevART Festival in Wismar.

Have a look at some of the sunny pictures from performances of "The Kingfisher and the Damselflies" this week.

 




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Progress

We are proud to show you our new film, 'Progress', premiered at The Hive in Worcester on March 22nd. ‘Progress’ is a collaboration between EVERYBODY DANCE, The Infirmary Museum and The George Marshall Medical Museum. 'Progress' has gathered people of all ages and abilities together to work with a team of professional artists to research medical history and create dance in workshops and for the 'Progress' film and live dance performance.


 

And here are the dancers ready to perform the dance piece to accompany the film..

Progress dancers


 

Strictly EVERYBODY!

Strictly Farming

BBC Strictly Come Dancing recently contacted us and asked if we would submit a video or two of people doing "The Strictly". How could we resist?! The Four Farmers version turned out to be Zoe Ball's favourite - who could blame her?

To witness these wonders of performance, visit these links -

Strictly Farming - grace and sensuality from four farming-related men

Strictly 4 Generations - the farmers' wives, great-granny, great-grandchildren and many in-between

Strictly Regency (with Regency special school)

Enjoy - we did!





Opening of European Wheelchair
Basketball Championships

Our amazing team of #aerialists at the opening of the European Wheelchair Basketball Championships @EuroWBchamps15

Aerialists at opening ceremony

Nine young dancers from Dancefest’s youth dance companies are taking part in a new aerial dance project with EVERYBODY DANCE.

Young dancers flying high at Worcester Arena for opening of European Wheelchair Basketball Championships

The five male and four female dancers aged 13 to 30 are working to create a performance for the spectacular opening ceremony of the European Wheelchair Basketball Championships at Worcester Arena on Friday 28 August, which will see the continent’s greatest teams descend on the city to play for both the European title and their place at the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games.

The opening ceremony takes place at 4.15pm on Friday 28th August in front of TV cameras, national and international press and a royal visit. Tickets for this event and all matches are available from euro2015.uk .





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Evaluation Tool Kit

Our new Tool Kit for evaluation is available for you to adapt and use for your own projects. We would like to work with you on its development so please let us know how you get on so that we can develop it further.

Find out more here.






Rehearsal Space

We can offer a fantastic, airy, covered rehearsal studio for people who prefer to devise and rehearse outdoors. Please click on the pic for more info -

Please contact us if you are interested.





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