There is so much lovely stuff heading your way as part of Cardiff Dance Festival.  Here are some dates for your diary…

Choreographic Improvisation workshop with Rosalind Crisp – 9th & 10th November** Workshop almost sold out. One more place available!! Rosalind Crisp performs Unwrapping d.a.n.s.e. on the 15th November)

Scratch event open call,  call deadline midday 4th October

Scratch performance 6pm, Sunday 10th November

Open class with National Dance Company Wales led by Jo Fong – 13th, 14th, 15th November

Open class with Rambert2 – 15th & 16th November

Post show conversation with Rachael Young – after OUT, 17th November

Class: The Morning Groove with Annie Hanauer – 20th November, 9.30am

Conversation and Coffee with Annie Hanauer – 20th November, 11.30am – 1.00pm

‘A space for co-authorship’, post show discussion with Theo Clinkard and Leah Marojovic – 23rd November 6pm
(Theo and Leah will be performing The Elsewhen Series 23rd and 24th November)

Workshop with Fearghus Ó Conchúir   – 23rd November

For full listings of shows, see the Cardiff Dance Festival website

Dance writing?

Do you like writing? Do you like watching dance? Groundwork and Cardiff Dance Festival are offering two aspiring dance writers a festival pass in exchange for blogging about shows and workshops.

You will have access to all shows and discussion events for free, and access to our workshops at our Bursary rate of just £10. In exchange we ask that you write up your experience for our blog in the form or reviews and/or creative reflections.

To apply, send a statement of interest and details of your availability during the festival (November 9th – 24th) to

Deadline: 14th October

Also coming up this term…

An Invitation to Attend (inclusive practice workshop and discussion) with Claire Cunningham 7th December
Class with Seke Chimutengwende 11th – 13th December


An access fund is available for Wales based artists who may need assistance with travel, accommodation, childcare, costs associated with disabled access or other costs incurred.

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