Kim Noble trained at Northern School of Contemporary Dance. Since graduating she has performed for different projects and companies such as Fluer Darkin and Tom Sapsford, Nigel Charnock and Jo Fong with Welsh Independent Dance, Tanja Raman and Dbini Industries, Paul Gazzola with International Dance Festival Birmingham, Marc Brew with Velcro Dance, Vex Dance Theatre, Swerve Dance Theatre, Curious Company, Nana Collective and Sean Tuan John. She also co-directs, choreographs and performs in Kitsch & Sync Collective, performing all over the UK at various arts and music festivals. Kim also choreographs and performs in independent projects such as ‘Liminality’ 360 international dance dome project, in which she has just returned from India.

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