Class only, £5 / Class and Cafe event £8 / Cafe event only, £4 (coffee/hot drink included) cash on the day

The Morning Groove Class: 9.30 – 11am 

Discussion and Coffee at local Cafe (venue tbc): 11.30am – 1pm 

Class: With a mix of set material and guided improvisation, we will explore articulation, flow, and movement textures, using body, voice, and touch to activate our presence. We will approach the serious business of dancing with generosity towards ourselves and our fellow dancers, using the class structure to tap into our own curiosity and enjoyment.

We will try to connect deeply, and also to get sweaty while dancing to music.

This session is open to experienced dancers from a range of backgrounds, and welcomes dancers with and without disabilities.

Cafe event: Come and join Annie and the Groundwork Team after class for a coffee and to start a conversation & hear peoples’ thoughts, experiences and strategies on ‘Representation in performance & the artists’ role?’

This event is in partnership with Cardiff Dance Festival. Click here for more Cardiff Dance Festival events with Groundwork

Click on the link below for CDF#19 programme details:

Cardiff Dance Festival 8 – 24 November 2019

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.

Classes operate on a drop in basis, 4 places are bookable in advance if your circumstances require (i.e travelling to attend, or you need to arrange assistance or childcare) please contact us to book.

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