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E M O C L WE It has been a busy and fruitful autumn for Pavilion Dance South West (PDSW), as we launched our new name, brand and website. Thank you to everyone who has accompanied us on this journey and a warm welcome to all those just joining us. Our autumn season was packed full of performances, screenings and opportunities to take part. We are especially proud of the success story of Dracula by Mark Bruce, a Dream Artist at PDSW. Dracula, which has received rave reviews in the national press, has been hailed as “the best work of his career”. It was also very exciting to work towards the launch of “DanceTag”, our very own new dance game app for smartphone users – a great way to connect people through dance (p. 31). This spring we continue our “Thursday Night is Dance Night” programme (p. 5–13) with a new lineup of exciting dance and movement performances by a variety of artists, among them another one of our Dream Artists, Karla Shacklock Company (p. 9). Don’t forget that we are still running our fantastic “Golden Ticket” offer: For only £50 you can see all eight performances for an individual ticket price of just £6.25 – where else can you see such a wonderful selection of dance for such a great price?

In our “PDSW Cinema” programme (p. 20–21) we continue to show a mixture of award-winning new releases and some much-loved classics, all with a link to our on-stage programme. We are also delighted to present three more “Bolshoi Live” ballet satellite screenings (p. 18–19), including Balanchine’s masterpiece, Jewels. We will also be hosts to the “Black Dance Archives” touring exhibition and are proud to be their only stopover in the South West (p. 27). All this and so much more! We offer opportunities for professional development in Bournemouth and across the region (p. 22, 28–29), a careers platform for years 10 to 13 (p. 24), two youth dance platforms (p. 23), and we will be running a day of workshops and events on “World Parkinson’s Day” on 12 April (p. 30). Of course we also continue our tried and tested programme of 40 regular dance and movement classes (p. 25), and continue to develop our two performance companies, Coevo and 2BU (p. 26). So, let us put a spring in your step this season!

Deryck and the whole PDSW team

Registered charity number 1111641

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DON’T MISS STILL TO COME FROM OUR AUTUMN PERFORMANCE SEASON

THE BOY WHO CRIED WOLF MANA BY TUTTI FRUTTI AND YORK THEATRE ROYAL

BY ACE DANCE AND MUSIC

SUN NOV

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THU NOV

11.30am & 3pm

7.30pm

£5, babes in arms free An imaginative realisation of a classic, well loved fairy tale with theatre, movement and live music.

28 £10/£8/£5

A powerful blend of modern dance, Afro-fusion, martial arts, flamenco and ballet, great music and beautiful lighting design.

Image by Jacky Fleming

Photo by Brian Slater

OPEN ART SURGERY

CHELSEA HOTEL

BY BREAKIN’ CONVENTION

BY EARTHFALL

SAT NOV

30

THU DEC

7.30pm

7.30pm

£5 A showcase of brand-new ideas in hip hop Theatre. Photo by www.simonkanephotography.co.uk

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£10/£8/£5 The story of the iconic Hotel Chelsea in New York, told through a dynamic mix of modern dance, physical theatre, film and live music from Rock ballads to Blues. Photo by Hugo Glendinning

HATCH & SCRATCH

BOING!

WITH BERKAVITCH, BALLET NIMBA AND ZOIE LOGIC

BY TRAVELLING LIGHT THEATRE COMPANY & BRISTOL OLD VIC

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12

SUN DEC

15

7.30pm

11.30am & 3pm

£5

£5, babes in arms free

Artists will share work at different stages of development with the audience, who can join the creative process by discussing and feeding back on what they have seen.

Capturing the breathtaking excitement of waiting for Father Christmas, this show for all ages 3+ has everything: acrobatics, comedy, breakdance, pillow fights and teddy bears!

Photo from www.berkavitch.com

Photo by Farrows Creative

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THURSDAY NIGHT IS DANCE NIGHT

SPRING PERFORMANCE SEASON

“Thursday Night is Dance Night” is the title of our regular live performance programme. On eight nights between 6 February and 27 March we present work that we think has the potential to entertain, excite, move and occasionally challenge you. We want to share this work with you because we believe in it, and because we want to bring talented artists with exciting, creative and fresh approaches to dance and movement to Bournemouth.

TICKETS

£10 £5

Students*

(on the night only)

£5/£8 Groups**

We invite you to tell us what you think – and maybe to challenge us back! – in our regular post-show chats with the artists. But if you Golden Ticket*** don’t feel like talking, it’s also fine just to listen to the conversation. In any case it’s a chance to have a drink with the very same people you have just seen performing their hearts out on stage.

£50

Spread the word and join the conversation: twitter.com/PDSW_org #thursdancenight Karla Shacklock Company (p. 9) Photo by Irven Lewis

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*On the day, on the door, from 7.15pm. Only available for “Thursday Night” performances and subject to availability. Please show a valid NUS card or other student ID. **Groups of 5+: £8 per ticket / groups of 15+: £5 per ticket (and the 16th ticket is free!) ***Our season ticket – gets you into all eight “Thursday Night” performances for only £6.25 per show. Golden Tickets can only be purchased until and including the first performance on 6 February

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THE ENGLISH CHANNEL

THU FEB

06

7.30pm

Tickets: £5/£8/£10/£50 (Details page 5)

EXPECT

BY LIZ AGGISS

Spoken word, song, black humour (and a skull) in an irreverent and outspoken solo about age, beauty and the body After 60 years, Liz Aggiss finally gives herself permission to do what she damn well pleases. Better late than never! She’s reached an age where doing the right thing is optional. Should she please you, or should she please herself?

The English Channel is the story of a career forged in the heady waters of performance art and dance film. It vividly depicts Liz Aggiss resuscitating herself back into the on-stage limelight. In the process, she becomes an unwitting channel for wilful women and forgotten archives; a conduit for hidden histories and buried truths. She is your cunning connection to “the other side”; a witty commentator on life and death; on the pain, pleasure and paradox of the stage. The show is framed by contemporary and archive film. The specially composed music score includes some knock-out musical numbers. A maverick and anarchic artist, Liz Aggiss has been a Guerrilla Dancer, Diva, Wild Wiggler, Grotesque Dancer, Trout, Martyr and a Professor. She has for the past 35 years been redefining her own brand of British contemporary dance. Contains some flashing lights/images and strong language. Recommended for 15+

To say that Liz is unafraid would be an understatement. Zoe Parker, Culturevulture.com

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THU FEB 7.30pm

13 OURS WAS THE

Tickets: £5/£8/£10/£50 (Details page 5)

FEN COUNTRY

BY STILL HOUSE CREATED BY DAN CANHAM AND THE COMPANY

EXPECT

Beautiful and moving documentary dance-theatre that looks at a fading way of rural life For two years Dan Canham went on a process of capturing conversations with the people of the Fens – a beautiful, bleak and mysterious expanse of flat land in East Anglia. Eel-catchers, horse breeders, museum keepers and young farmers were all interviewed.

Ours Was The Fen Country fuses movement and sound with their words and memories to get to the heart of the land. It is a celebration of rural communities that are fading from view; a poetic look at the inevitability of change, told in the voices of those who still know the old words.

It fills you up with a sense of lightness and freedom, whether you are from the fens or not. Cambridge News

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Dan Canham is a dancer and choreographer and Artistic Director of Still House, a company who create visually poetic work within a variety of forms, including dance theatre, short film and audiovisual installation. Last February, he brought his first work, 30 Cecil Street, to Bournemouth.

Produced by MAYK Photo by Camilla Greenwell.

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RUNNING ON EMPTY

THU FEB

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7.30pm

Tickets: £5/£8/£10/£50 (Details page 5)

EXPECT

BY PROBE

A combination of dance, text and song in a new work about the age-old story of man and woman Running On Empty is the story of man, woman and their repeated collision over time, travelling through dreams, fears and memory. Absurd and sometimes devastating, Running On Empty moves between the epic and the intimate, exploring our resilience to loss, our struggle for a future and the emptiness we overcome to survive. It has been created by a team of creative collaborators, including director Jo McInnes

(Royal Court), writer Brad Birch (Soho Theatre, Royal Court), choreographer Charlie Morrissey (Siobhan Davies) and songwriter Lee Ross.

Based in Brighton, Probe was founded in 2004 and Artistic Director Antonia Grove has since worked with a range of cross artform collaborators to create five full length works. At the heart of Probe’s work lies collaboration and the use of dance, text and song to find new and interesting ways to tell stories.

Photo by Matthew Andrews

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THE CRUTCH AND THE BUTTERCUP

DANCE DOUBLE BILL BY KARLA SHACKLOCK COMPANY

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Dance, live music, spoken word and the imaginative use of everyday objects in an intense, extremely physical exploration of human emotions Raw, charged and universally resonant, The Buttercup is a simple yet powerful story about hope – expressed through the body and a series of everyday, continuously transforming, objects. Using live music and set against a constantly shifting visual landscape, Karla bravely bares her soul in this physical and evocative performance.

The Crutch depicts a highly intense relationship that swings from violence to breathtaking tenderness. Set to a pounding live score and using a huge pile of crutches, the duet explores what it means and how it feels to be there for someone at a time of crisis. The performers decide the structure of the work live in the moment of performance – meaning that each performance is completely unique. Karla Shacklock Company, based in Bristol, are supported as a “Dream Artist” at Pavilion Dance South West. The company aim to allow their audience to have an experience, to feel, to be with them, rather than just to sit and watch.

www.karlashacklock.com Photo by Irven Lewis

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Supported by Arts Council England, Swindon Dance, Theatre Bristol, Tobacco Factory and Arnolfini

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ARTIFICIAL THINGS

THU MAR

06

7.30pm

Tickets: £5/£8/£10/£50 (Details page 5)

BY STOPGAP DANCE COMPANY

EXPECT

Integrated Dance in a haunting and cinematic exploration of the question: “Can we genuinely live together despite all our differences?” Slowly suffocating in each other’s company, a group of individuals seek escape in a bash of riotous rock-n-roll. However, their wild disorder descends into playground politics and reveals some uncomfortable truths.  In this cinematic and evocative production Stopgap Dance Company create a compact world of riddles that question our notions about unity and co-existence.

Stopgap Dance Company seamlessly integrate dancers with and without disabilities. Their work is fuelled by the new and exciting possibilities that arise from the dialogue between distinctive dancers. Stopgap Dance Company believe that integrated dance offers exceptional creative opportunities, and are committed to sharing these via creative learning projects, publications, and by touring nationally and internationally. Photo by Chris Parkes (christophotographic)

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THU MAR 7.30pm

Tickets: £5/£8/£10/£50 (Details page 5)

THE FALLING SONG BY JUNK ENSEMBLE

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Physical dance theatre, exciting set concepts and an all-male cast of four dancers accompanied by a live children’s choir and live music Physicality is pushed to extremes in The Falling Song. Performed by an international all-male cast and a live children’s choir, and featuring a set of towering ladders, ropes and hundreds of apples, this critically acclaimed production looks at the nature of flying and falling and the dangerous relationship between the two. junk ensemble are an award-winning dancetheatre company based in Dublin. They were established by Megan Kennedy and Jessica Kennedy with a commitment to creating works of brave and imaginative dance theatre. Photo by Fionn McCann

Perfectly executed … adrenalinpumping and unsettling. Irish Theatre Magazine

An Incredibly Rare production. Supported by

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CARAMEL

THU MAR

20

7.30pm

Tickets: £5/£8/£10/£50 (Details page 5)

BY INSTANT DISSIDENCE

EXPECT

An interactive cross between a dancemaking session and the process of cooking caramel, stimulating all five senses You can watch dance, even hear it, but have you ever tried to smell it, to taste it?

Caramel is an edible choreography that is led by smell and taste rather than sight and sound. Intimately close to the performers, audiences experience the creation of dance, soundscape and lighting installations, and engage with the process of cooking caramel. Instant Dissidence are a Bradfordbased company whose work focuses on the body and its physical and cultural manifestations. Their choreography may adopt the form of dance, film, sculpture, immersive digital work, live art or an outdoor event.

Caramel is commissioned by the Theatre in the Mill, produced by Dance4, and funded by the Arts Council of England. Photo by Christiane Stroubakis

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THU MAR 7.30pm

27

Tickets: £5/£8/£10/£50 (Details page 5)

TOUR D’HORIZON BY T42 DANCE PRODUCTIONS

EXPECT

Contemporary dance meets physical theatre in a beautiful, warm and humorous journey through loneliness, boredom, illusion and hope Tour D’Horizon is the fascinating story of one man who lived in isolation for decades on the coast of Brittany, and of the strange fate that befell him. Two fishermen, a woman and a goldfish all move in those grey areas between thought, memory, imagination and reality. T42 Dance Productions was founded in 2006 by choreographers Misato Inoue and Felix Dumeril in Bern, Switzerland. The company combine contemporary dance with physical theatre, creating work that is versatile, dynamic, humorous, original and unconventional.

Photo by Christian Glaus

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COGO

SHOWCASE OF LOCAL DANCE TALENT

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SUN FEB

6pm & 8pm Tickets: £5

We have partnered up with dance schools from the area to showcase local talent. A selection of dancers from each school will perform a piece they have created with a professional dance artist, and all schools will show highlights from their programme. A show not to be missed! For more information please contact our Participation and Outreach Coordinator Michaela Shaw on michaela@pdsw.org.uk. Photo by Justin Smith/Reefoto

RETRACT

BY ZOIELOGIC DANCE THEATRE AND THE QUAY SCHOOL

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FRI MAR

7.30pm

Tickets: £3 (4 tickets for £10)

ZoieLogic Dance Theatre was founded by Artistic Director Zoie Golding. Underpinning the company’s work is Zoie’s drive to engage new audiences to dance. For this performance Zoie Golding and dancers will be working intensively and collaboratively with the Quay School to produce a new piece of exciting dance theatre work. The project focuses not just on the performance but the process of creation and is set to be an inspirational evening about the power of dance. Photo by ZoieLogic Dance Theatre

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SUN MAR 7.30pm

Tickets: £5

INQUIRING MINDS YOUNG CHOREOGRAPHERS’ SHOWCASE

Inquiring Minds is a young choreographers’ programme aimed at equipping young dancers and future choreographers with new ideas, skills and perspectives. During October and November 2013, these young choreographers spent three days at Pavilion Dance learning about what is possible in terms of creativity, leadership and choreography. They now return to present their first works as choreographers.

SUN APR

06

6pm & 8pm Tickets: £5

PAVILION DANCE CABARET Start the Easter holidays by joining us for some entertainment from a diverse selection of performances by our class participants, guest artists and our two performance companies, 2BU and Coevo (see page 26).

Photos by Pavilion Dance South West

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EXPECT

FAMILIES &YOUNG PEOPLE

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An enchanting show that combines live music, dance and colourful characters with a breathtaking classic story

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15/16

11.30am & 3pm

Tickets: £5 (babes in arms free)

SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN AGES 4+

THE TIN SOLDIER BY PEUT-ÊTRE THEATRE

A newly-minted tin soldier stands on a single leg, having been the last one cast from an old tin spoon. Nearby, he spies a paper ballerina, also standing on one leg, and the soldier falls in love. But the course of true love cannot run smooth and the soldier is drawn into an adventure to test and melt the bravest of hearts. Peut-être Theatre are devoted to challenging young audiences and passionate about nurturing creativity in young children. They communicate ideas in an interactive and accessible way using visual, physical and musical means that come together in a complete sensory experience.

Photos by Justin Jones

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ON SCREEN

SUNDAYS Tickets: £15/£12 (for under 16s and groups of 5+)

BOLSHOI LIVE SCREENINGS

We are delighted to welcome the exquisite Bolshoi Ballet back for another season of world-class ballet, streamed live from the Moscow stage.

EXPECT

A luxurious front-row experience of world-class large-scale ballet on your doorstep

SUN JAN 3pm

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JEWELS CHOREOGRAPHY: GEORGE BALANCHINE MUSIC: GABRIEL FAURÉ, IGOR STRAVINSKY, PYOTR ILYICH TCHAIKOVSKY

Choreographed in 1967 and inspired by the famous jewellers of New York’s Fifth Avenue, this ballet is a tribute to women, and to the cities of Paris, New York and St Petersburg. With its jewel-like costumes, it celebrates the three cities and three dance schools that forged the elegance, aesthetic and style of choreographer George Balanchine. ‘Emeralds’ was conceived as a poetic tribute to the French romantic school and ‘Rubies’ to the American tradition of Broadway musicals, while ‘Diamonds’ honours the virtuosity of classical Russian dancers.

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LOST ILLUSIONS

SUN FEB

CHOREOGRAPHY: ALEXEI RATMANSKY MUSIC: LEONID DESYATNIKOV

02 3pm

Lucien, a young provincial and budding composer, sets out to conquer the Parisian scene in search of glory. His success soon blinds him, and he betrays his friends and his love.

Lost Illusions is a new ballet, created in Moscow in 2011 by Alexei Ratmansky with dramaturgical advice by French actor, writer and director Guillaume Gallienne. This stylised adaptation of Honoré de Balzac’s novel features thwarted love, ambition and disillusionment, with 19th century Paris as its backdrop.

SUN MAR

30 4pm

THE GOLDEN AGE

CHOREOGRAPHY: YURI GRIGOROVICH MUSIC: DMITRI SHOSTAKOVICH

In 1923, in a seaside town in the south of the Soviet Union, where trade and the mafia are flourishing, Boris falls in love with Rita – a cabaret dancer at The Golden Age, and the girlfriend of the local gangster.

The Golden Age is a refreshing satire, created for the Bolshoi by Yuri Grigorovich, with jazz and cabaret musical parodies, frantic pace, passionate intrigue and a variety of dance styles from classical to grotesque, folk and acrobatic. In the midst of this magical whirlwind, Boris and Rita’s love is drenched in poetic lyricism.

Photo Marc Haegeman

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ON SCREEN

MONDAYS 2.30pm & 7.45pm Tickets: £6 (two for £10)

MONDAY NIGHT IS FILM NIGHT Extend your weekend by joining us for a programme of award-winning films; some fresh from international festivals, some classics to relive those golden cinema moments, but always a broad selection of genres and styles.

EXPECT

A mixture of award-winning new releases and a smattering of some much-loved classics

Future my Love (2012)

DON’T MISS! Still to come from our autumn PDSW Cinema programme: BICYCLE THIEVES (1948)

25 NOV

Dir. Vittorio De Sica Antonio and his son Bruno search for a stolen bicycle vital for Antonio’s job of delivering film posters.

FUTURE MY LOVE (2012)

Dir. Alan Brown A talented young dancer must choose between his career and his responsibility to his family.

16 DEC

FRENCH CANCAN (1954)

23 DEC

GLORIA (2013)

30 DEC

Dir. Abdellatif Kechiche The story of a young lesbian couple’s beginning, middle and possible end.

2 DEC

Dir. Maja Borg Maja Borg’s poetic documentary explores an alternative way of living.

FIVE DANCES (2013)

BLUE IS THE WARMEST COLOUR (2013)

Dir. Jean Renoir Story of the revival of Paris’s most notorious dance.

9 DEC

Dir. Sebastián Lelio Set in Santiago, the story centres on Gloria, a free-spirited older woman, and the realities of her whirlwind relationship with a former naval officer whom she meets out in the clubs.

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OUR PDSW CINEMA PROGRAMME

JANUARY TO MARCH THE BROKEN CIRCLE BREAKDOWN (2012)

6 JAN

Dir. Felix van Groeningen Will love let you down if you need it most? Elise owns a tattoo parlour, Didier is a banjo-playing Flemish cowboy. They seem like the perfect match – until their daughter, Maybelle, becomes seriously ill ... Flemish with English subtitles

CUTIE AND THE BOXER (2013)

13 JAN

Dir. Zachary Heinzerling This candid New York love story explores the chaotic 40-year marriage of famed boxing painter Ushio Shinohara and his wife, Noriko. Anxious to shed her role as her overbearing husband’s assistant, Noriko finds an identity of her own. English / Japanese with English subtitles

NOTHING BUT A MAN (1964)

20 JAN

Dir. Michael Roemer Duff finds himself out on the streets after refusing to bow down to his white bosses. Unwilling to take a low-paid job or to swallow his pride, he leaves his pregnant wife Josie to sort himself out. Will he find a way back to his young family or will he follow in the footsteps of his own, self-destructing father?

MAGIC MIRROR (2005)

3 FEB

Dir. Manoel de Oliveira Isn’t it enough for Alfreda to have an Aston Martin and a Jaguar in the garage and ten different dresses per season? Why is she so intent to see the Virgin Mary? Luciano, recently released from jail, might have a solution... Portugese with English subtitles. Followed by a post show talk with the director.

KISS THE WATER (2013)

10 FEB

THE TANGO LESSON (1997)

17 FEB

Dir. Eric Steel A blend between documentary and beautiful hand-painted animation, this film is a sensual, hypnotic and haunting love story about fly fishing. It follows the life of Megan Boyd who twirled tiny bits of feather and fur, silver and gold into fishing flies that were at once works of art, magical – and absolutely lethal.

Dir. Sally Potter On a trip to Paris film-maker Sally meets Pablo, a tango dancer. They start dancing together as pupil and teacher, but their relationship changes and Sally realises they want different things from each other.

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REPULSION (1965)

24 FEB

LA BELLE ET LA BÊTE (1946)

3 MAR

Dir. Roman Polanski The nightmares we create for ourselves are more disturbing than any horror movie can ever be: When Carol, a shy young Belgian, is left alone for a few days in the Kensington flat she shares with her sister, she is descending deeper and deeper into a state of hallucination and madness.

Dir. Jean Cocteau, René Clément A classic black-and-white version of Beauty and the Beast. Belle offers herself as a prisoner to a mysterious beast to safe her father’s life – a decision that spirals her deep into a world of enchantment, desire. French with English subtitles

10 MAR

THE CHORUS (2004)

Dir. Christophe Barratier Discipline is everything at Fond de l’Etang, a French boarding school for troubled boys. But despite the heavy-handed teaching staff, the boys as a collective are an unruly bunch. Until a new teacher aspires to change the boys’ lives through music. French with English subtitles

BABETTE’S FEAST (1987)

17 MAR

Dir. Gabriel Axel Based on a short story inspired by The Tempest, Babette’s Feast is a mouthwatering treat. Babette, a French Catholic refugee, prepares a feast for her Protestant employers, which breaks down distrust and superstitions, and elevates the participants to a new level of sensual joy. Danish with English subtitles

FOR THOSE IN PERIL (2013)

24 MAR

THE DALLAS BUYERS CLUB

31 MAR

Dir. Paul Wright Aaron is the lone survivor of a strange fishing accident that claimed the lives of five men, including his older brother. The people in his village blame him for this tragedy. Steadfastly refusing to believe that his brother is dead, and possessed by grief, madness and magic, Aaron sets out to recover him...

(2014)

Dir. Jean-Marc Vallée Texas electrician Ron Woodroof is being diagnosed as HIV-positive in 1986. This film chronicles his battle with the medical establishment and pharmaceutical companies, and his search for alternative treatments.

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MOVING IN CIRCLES HALF TERM FUN

17/18

MON TUE FEB

9.30am – 5.30pm Tickets: £20

Learn how to freestyle in a street dance cipher and whip a hula hoop around your middle! This February half term Pavilion Dance is offering a two-day long dance school, teaching young people in the fields of street dance and hula hoop dancing. You will also have the opportunity

to work with a visual artist who will teach you how to draw moving dancers as they spiral across our stage. Options are available for those aged 5–8 years and 9–13 years.

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TEACHERS’ CPD – PRIMARY FOCUS WITH ZOIE GOLDING

Specifically tailored towards Primary School teachers, this set of Continued Professional Development looks at the fundamentals of introducing dance to young children; offering inspiring ways to incorporate dance into your

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WED FEB

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3.30pm – 6pm Tickets: £30

creative curriculum, as well as some technical dance expertise. The session will be delivered by Zoie Golding, Artistic Director of FuzzyLogic Dance Company, who has 12 years of experience in curriculum enrichment and teacher training.

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SAT MAR 7.30pm

Tickets: £5

FOR AGES 11–19

ORIGINS YOUTH DANCE PLATFORM

Origins is our sub regional youth dance platform. Join schools and youth dance companies from across the southern arc of Bournemouth, Dorset, Wiltshire and Hampshire as they explore beginnings and creations, and forge some new choreography on the Pavilion Dance stage. Photo by Pavilion Dance South West

U.DANCE SOUTH WEST 2014

THE TACCHI MORRIS ARTS CENTRE, TAUNTON, SOMERSET

U.Dance South West 2014 will celebrate and showcase excellence in youth dance in all forms and styles from across the region, and act as a selection platform for Youth Dance England’s flagship event, U.Dance 2014, from 26 to 29 June in Nottingham. Applications are now open to groups aged 11–19 (and disabled dance groups up to age 24). For more information email Katey Leader at katey@takeart.org or visit www.takeart.org. Application deadline: 29 November. Photo by Beata Kosc Photography U.Dance South West 2014 is being hosted by Take Art as part of Spring Forward’s 10 year Anniversary, and is supported and funded by Pavilion Dance South West.

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FRI MAR

FOR YEARS 10 TO 13

FUSED

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4pm (career stalls) 5pm (workshop) 7.30pm (performance)

CAREERS PLATFORM

Tickets: ÂŁ5 (workshops and performance)

Ever wondered what it would be like to do this for real? If you are looking to pursue the performing arts as a career, then Fused is the event for you. Featuring practical workshops, stalls from various further and higher education institutions and a set of performances and films by universities in the South West, it will give you plenty of food for thought about how to plan your career. Photo by Pavilion Dance South West

ARTS AWARD AT PAVILION DANCE SOUTH WEST STUDENT INSIGHT: JOANNE COLLINGBOURNE

An amazing learning experience ... enhanced by the always supportive staff. The opportunity ... allowed me to develop as a professional, pursue my personal interests and gain a qualification. Joanne Collingbourne Each year a select number of students complete their Gold Arts Award with us. This qualification demonstrates a dedication to the arts industry and provides young people (aged up to 25) with the opportunity to gain industry insight through developing their own arts projects and events. Joanne Collingbourne, from The University of Surrey, spent a year with PDSW. For her Arts Award, she worked with our youth company, 2BU, became a student teacher for ICON Summer School and was heavily involved on a variety of other regional and local projects. To enquire about completing an Arts Award qualification with PDSW, please contact gemma@pdsw.org.uk Photo by Pavilion Dance South West

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CLASSES

KEY BLUE - GARDEN STUDIO PURPLE - SEAFRONT STUDIO

MON 6 JANUARY – SAT 5 APRIL

MINI CLASS NEW! STREET DANCE 5-9 YRS FUN DANCE FIT HULA HOOPING DANCE THE MUSICALS CONTEMPORARY INTERMEDIATE 1940s SOCIAL DANCE BALLET INTERMEDIATE

10.30–11.15am 5.00pm 6.00pm 6.00pm 7.15pm 7.15pm 8.30pm 8.30pm

Classes are one hour long unless otherwise stated.

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THURSDAY

6.00pm 6.00pm 7.15pm 7.15pm 8.30pm 8.30pm

YOGA CONTEMPORARY ADVANCED AFRICAN DANCE IRISH DANCE BASIC TBC IRISH DANCE INTERMEDIATE NEW!

MINI MOVIES UNDER 5s YOGA BALLET BASIC PILATES BALLROOM BASIC EQUILIBRUM NEW! TBC NEW!

10.30–11.15am 6.00pm 6.00pm 7.15pm 7.15pm 8.30pm 8.30pm

FRIDAY

6.00pm 6.00pm 7.15pm 7.15pm 8.30pm 8.30pm

PILATES BURN TO BEATS TAP BASIC & BASIC PLUS NEW WAVE TAP INTERMEDIATE & ADVANCED STREET DANCE ALL STYLES

MINI MOVERS UNDER 5s OLDER AND PERFECT (OAP) 1940s SOCIAL DANCE PARKINSON’S DANCE SALSA FIT BALLET BASIC PLUS BELLYDANCE CONTEMPORARY BASIC BURLESQUE JAZZ

10.30–11.15am 11.30am 1.30pm 3.15pm–4.45pm 6.00pm 6.00pm 7.15pm 7.15pm 8.30pm 8.30pm

SATURDAY

WEDNESDAY

TUESDAY

MONDAY

We have two spacious studios and over 40 weekly classes for all ages and abilities. Ask for a classes leaflet, visit our website for full details or email our Participation and Outreach Coordinator Michaela Shaw at Michaela@pdsw.org.uk for more information.

9.30am BREAKDANCE 5-9 YRS 10.45am PARKOUR 6-9 YRS 12.00–1.30pm PARKOUR BASIC 10-15 YRS 3.15pm PARKOUR INTERMEDIATE 10-15 YRS 1.45–

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PAVILION DANCE SOUTH WEST COMPANIES FOR DANCERS AGED 20+

COEVO

TUE 7.30pm to 9.30pm £75 per term

14 JANUARY – SUNDAY 6 APRIL Coevo is our adult contemporary dance company for people who want to take their interest in dance further than our regular classes and continue developing their technical and creative skills. Coevo is open to those who have had professional contemporary dance training at undergraduate/graduate level or have attended at least two terms of contemporary dance classes at intermediate or advanced levels at either Pavilion Dance or another dance centre.

FOR DANCERS AGED 14–19

2BU

TUE 5.30pm–7.30pm, plus technique class £75 per term

14 JANUARY – SUNDAY 6 APRIL 2BU is our company for young people aged 14–19 who are committed to performance and dance theatre. The company explores all styles of dance and movement, working with different choreographers and collaborators across the year. As part of 2BU, you will gain performance skills, develop your own choreographic style as well as taking part in regular technique classes. 2BU rehearse weekly, on a Tuesday evening from October to July, as well as some weekends for special projects. The company performs as part of high profile events at Pavilion Dance, as well as indoor and outdoor events across the UK. Photos by Pavilion Dance South West

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EXHIBITION

27 WED FEB 19 MON JAN

to

BLACK DANCE ARCHIVES

Free

British Black Dance has had a real impact on our country’s cultural heritage over the last 50 years, and this project meets a real need to draw together and preserve collections relating to this history Nerys Watts, Head of Heritage Lottery Fund South West We are excited to be the only venue in the South West to host the touring exhibition of State of Emergency’s Black Dance Archives project this spring. The Black Dance Archives project celebrates the contribution that British Black dance has made to the UK’s dance scene and cultural life and preserves this important

history for future generations. Apart from the collection of a physical archive from 29 celebrated individuals and companies, the project includes a two-year programme of dynamic participatory activity to bring the archive to life, and a brand-new comprehensive website to ensure that this previously hidden treasure trove

of information will be available for all to experience. learn from and enjoy.

The project is delivered by State of Emergency with generous support from the Heritage Lottery Fund.

Photo Credits: State of Emergency’s Mission Tour 2003 Photo: Eric Richmond

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DANCE DEVELOPMENT CHOREOLAB 3 IN PARTNERSHIP WITH SOUTH EAST DANCE

The focus will be on choreographic and artistic development, with mentors or creative producers from South East Dance and PDSW spending time with the artist in the studio and giving feedback on process, current work or research. In addition, it will be discussed how the work might be taken forward, where possible encouraging partnerships and relationships in the area where the artist is based.

First of all a huge THANK YOU for a magnificent time at Pavilion Dance during ChoreoLAB 2. Ash and I are happy beyond words Predrag Pajdic, film maker and collaborator The idea of ChoreoLAB was born in 2011 to offer new British South Asian choreographers more opportunities to develop work. The first ChoreoLAB was delivered by South East Dance in the shape of a week-long residency with studio space and time for six artists to explore new choreographic ideas. Pavilion Dance South West (PDSW) became a partner for ChoreoLAB 2, which offered time and space to four British Asian choreographers and the chance to share their work with an audience of programmers and venue promoters during the South Asian Dance Summit in May 2013 at Pavilion Dance in Bournemouth. Following on from ChoreoLAB 1 and 2, ChoreoLAB 3 will provide a tailored programme of activity and financial support for one, possibly two artists.

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Each artist will receive a budget to cover fees, collaborators and expenses. If you would like to receive more information or apply for ChoreoLAB 3, please visit www.southeastdance.org.uk or contact South East Dance Programme Coordinator zoe.manders@southeastdance.org.uk. Ash Mukherjee in Breathe, developed during ChoreoLAB 2 with collaborator Predrag Pajdic.

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INTEGRATED CHOREOLAB IN PARTNERSHIP WITH SOUTH EAST DANCE AND GDANCE

Pavilion Dance South West, South East Dance and GDance are also working in partnership to deliver the first Integrated ChoreoLAB in April 2014, responding to the lack of development and choreographic opportunities for artists working in integrated dance. The LAB is an opportunity for three artists to experiment with ideas, test possibilities or develop new work for a week whilst providing a safe space to debate the needs/wants of the sector. We will also offer the opportunity for artists to bring in a collaborator/mentor of their choice to add value to their creative process. Creative producers from PDSW and South East Dance will also spend time in the studio with the artists, giving feedback and advice on process, current work and research. Alongside an informal sharing at the end of the LAB week, the artists will get the opportunity to

present up to 15 minutes of their work as part of the Integrated Dance Summit (16 and 17 May 2014 at Pavilion Dance) to an invited audience of venue promoters and programmers from across the country. In addition, discussions will take place with the artists about how they may develop opportunities for their work to move forwards, where possible encouraging partnerships and relationships in the area where each artist is based. Each artist will receive a budget to cover fees, collaborators and expenses. If you would like to receive more information or apply for the Integrated ChoreoLAB, please contact Danielle Rose, Programming and Producing Manager at Pavilion Dance South West, on danielle@pdsw.org.uk.

Stopgap Dance Company in residence at Pavilion Dance South West.

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WORLD PARKINSON’S DAY

SAT APR

12

10am–5.45pm Free

After the success of last year, we will once again raise awareness on World Parkinson’s Day at our venue Pavilion Dance in Bournemouth. The day will feature information stalls, workshops and discussion panels with local artists, health and wellbeing organisations, and representatives of the NHS and Parkinson’s UK. For more information please contact our Participation and Outreach Coordinator Michaela Shaw on michaela@pdsw.org.uk. Photos by Pavilion Dance South West

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DANCETAG

Dance Tag Video Share Challenge

DanceTag is a new game, created by Pavilion Dance South West, which anyone with a smartphone can play. You can download the app, tag interesting places by filming yourself dancing there, and then share your film. You can choose to play just for fun or you can challenge others and become dance champion of your favourite place. DanceTag is a great way to connect more people through dance – both on a pure entertainment level but also offering new ways for those involved in dance to connect and share work or ideas. For more information, please contact Zannah Doan at zannah@pdsw.org.uk @dancetagapp

www.dancetagapp.com

DanceTag is created by Pavilion Dance South West, developed by Mobile Pie and researched by University of the West of England. It is Digital R&D funded, receiving investment from NESTA, Arts Council England and the Arts and Humanities Research Council.

Photo by Kevin Clifford

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HIRE US

What a wonderful party! All ages had a lovely time. You have a unique facility for the difficult requirements of a children’s party. We were very impressed ... thank you. A Mum

PARTIES LET US HELP YOU CELEBRATE!

Here at PDSW our private party packages are a great way to have fun. From hen parties and children’s birthday parties to corporate team-building sessions, we can tailor a package to suit your needs. Prices start from £8 per head and include a minimum one hour dance class of your choice in our spacious studios, led by one of our professional dance teachers. For more information and to make a booking email parties@pdsw.org.uk or call 01202 203630.

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VENUE HIRE If you’re looking for a unique venue to hold your performance or any type of event then look no further. With two bright and airy dance studios and state-of-the-art theatre and performance space all situated right next to Bournemouth’s beautiful sandy beaches and gardens, this flexible venue can be tailored to suit your needs.

To find out more and to create your bespoke and memorable event, please contact Louise Moody at hires@pdsw.org.uk or call 01202 203632.

Photos by Pavilion Dance South West

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CREATIVE PARTNERS MANMADE BY FUZZYLOGIC DANCE COMPANY AND WHITEWASH

FRI MAR

21 7.30pm

Tickets: £11.50/£9.50 (members, groups & schools)/£10.50 (concs.)

Come and see tomorrow’s future stars of male dance! MANMade, an established boys’ dance project by FuzzyLogic Dance Company and Bournemouth and Poole schools, aims to give young men from

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across the region a creative and productive way to channel their energy and enthusiasm, and to create an inspirationa evening of dance.

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RSHIPS Candlelight Productions present

The following events are being hosted at Pavilion Dance by people hiring our spaces. Book tickets and find out more via www.pdsw.org.uk. If you would like to hire our spaces, please contact Louise Moody at hires@pdsw.org.uk or call 01202 203632.

Arts University Bournemouth present

ANDRÉ RIEU: NEW PERSUASION BY YEAR GALA FROM JANE AUSTEN VIENNA ON THE BIG Adapted and SCREEN

Bournemouth Collegiate School present

Blackwell Dance Academy present

LES MISÉRABLES SCHOOL EDITION ™

LET’S DANCE 10TH ANNIVERSARY

directed by Helen Watts

SAT JAN

11 3pm £15

30 SAT FEB 1 THU JAN

to

7.30pm

7pm

7pm

7pm

12.30pm & 4.30pm

£10/£6 (concs.)

£12/£8 (children)

£11/£9 (concs.)

Studio One, Dorset’s Centre For Performing Arts, present

BREAKOUT THE SOLOS

REACH FOR THE STARS

5

22 SUN MAR23 SAT MAR

Sat matinee 2.30pm

Deja Vu Entertainment present

SAT APR

7 SAT FEB8 FRI FEB

16 SAT APR 19 WED APR

7pm

£10.50

to

7.30pm

Matinees on 18 and 19 at 2.30pm £14

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Other professional dance performances in Bournemouth and Poole this spring that might be of interest to you.

BIC & PAVILION THEATRE bhlivetickets.co.uk or 0844 576 3000

LIGHTHOUSE POOLE

Lighthousepoole.co.uk or 0844 406 8666 Motionhouse Dance Theatre

UK DANCE CHAMPIONSHIP 2014

BROKEN

BIC Windsor Hall Tue 21 Jan 9am and 7.30pm Wed 22 and Thu 23 Jan, 10am and 7.30pm £10 – £40 Group concessions on selected performances

Tue 4 Feb, 7.45pm, followed by post show talk £15 / Schools £7 / Family Ticket £48 Discounts: students, U18s, Seniors, Groups ATL, Live for 5

THE JOHANN STRAUSS GALA Bournemouth Pavilion Theatre Tue 28 Jan, 7.30pm £30 / £26.50 / £23.00 / £18.00 Group concessions available

ANTON DU BEKE – BALLROOM TO BROADWAY Bournemouth Pavilion Theatre Sun 23 Feb, 3pm / 7.30pm £42.50 / £34.50 / £29.50 Moscow Ballet La Classique

GISELLE Bournemouth Pavilion Theatre Mon 3 Mar, 7.30pm £23.50 Concessions available auss Gala The Johann Str

Moscow City Ballet

SWAN LAKE Tue 11 – Thu 13 Feb

THE NUTCRACKER Fri 14 - Sat 15 Feb 7.30pm, Sat matinee 2.30pm Evenings: £23 / £27.50 / £34. Matinees £20 / £24 / £27.50 Discounts: Students, U18s and schools (40% off), Seniors, Groups, ATL Phoenix Dance Theatre

WORKS BY IVGI & GREBEN, DARSHAN SINGH BHULLER AND DIDY VELDMAN Tue 11 Mar, 7.45pm, followed by post show talk Age guidance 10+ £15 / Schools £9 Discounts. Students U18s, Groups Live for 5 Theatre Productions

TAP FACTORY Tue 8 Apr, 7.45pm £22 / Family Ticket £60 Discounts: Students, U18s, Seniors, Groups, ATL.

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Broken. Photo by Chris Nash

Raymond Gubbay presents


HOW TO FIND US Pavilion Dance is located at the opposite end of Bournemouth’s Pavilion Theatre, facing the sea, and is accessed through the Lower Gardens or via the Pier Approach. Address: Pavilion Dance, Overlooking Lower Gardens, Westover Road, Bournemouth, BH1 2BU By train: 20 mins walk from Bournemouth Station. By bus: Close to major bus routes. Main bus stops on Westover Road and Gervis Place. By Car: Parking is available nearby at several car parks. Town centre parking can be very

limited during busy times, so please plan accordingly. We recommend Central Car Park, Hinton Road; it’s not so busy and a short walk away.

TRAIN STATION P

LOWER GARDENS

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BOURNEMOUTH PIER

HOW TO BOOK Online: pdsw.org.uk Telephone: 01202 203630 Box office hours: Mon–Sat 10am–5pm (outside term), 10am–9pm (during term). Check page 28 for class term times. In person: Visit us and book your tickets at reception. Credit / debit cards: There is a 50p transaction fee. Access: We welcome visitors with disabilities to all our productions and events. Please be aware that there are a number of steps leading to the Pavilion Dance main entrance.

PAVILION THEATRE

Wheelchair users: We have a lift and accessible facilities, including backstage. Level access is via the seafront entrance of the Lower Gardens. If you are a wheelchair user please advise us when booking so we can ensure seating is available for you and a companion. Companions: For audience members who are unable to attend a performance unless accompanied, a seat is available for a companion free of charge for performances presented by Pavilion Dance. Please ask when booking. Hard of hearing: We have a hearing loop system. Please ask when booking.

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EVENTS CALENDAR Performance

Family Friendly Performance

Event/Performance

On Screen

Day

Take Part

Date

Other Events

Time Page

JANUARY The Broken Circle Breakdown (2012) Cert 15

Mon

6 2.30pm & 7.45pm

21

Andre Rieu: New Year Gala from Vienna

Sat

11

3pm

35

Cutie and The Boxer (2013) Cert 12A

Mon

13 2.30pm & 7.45pm

21

Bolshoi Live: Jewels

Sun

19

3pm

18

Nothing But A Man (1964) Cert A

Mon

20 2.30pm & 7.45pm

21

British Black Dance Archives (Opening)

Mon

27 10am - 5pm daily

27

Thu - Sat 30-1 Feb 7.30pm (+ 2.30pm Sat)

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Thu - Sat 30-1 Feb 7.30pm (+ 2.30pm Sat)

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Persuasion by Jane Austen

FEBRUARY Persuasion by Jane Austen Bolshoi Live: Lost Illusions

Sun

2

3pm

19

Magic Mirror (2005) Cert TBC

Mon

3

2.30pm & 7.45pm

21

7.30pm

6

7pm

35

The English Channel

Thu

6

Fri & Sat

7 & 8

Kiss the Water (2013) Cert TBC

Mon

10

2.30pm & 7.45pm

21

Ours Was The Fen Country

Thu

13

7.30pm

7

11.30am & 3pm

17

2.30pm & 7.45pm

21

9.30am - 5.30pm

22

Les Miserables

The Tin Soldier The Tango Lesson (1997) Cert PG Moving in Circles

Sat & Sun 15 & 16 Mon

17

Mon & Tue 17 & 18

Running on Empty

Thu

20

7.30pm

8

CoGo

Sun

23

6pm & 8pm

14

Repulsion (1965) Cert 18

Mon

24

2.30pm & 7.45pm

21

Teacher’s CPD - Primary Focus

Wed

26

3.30pm - 6pm

22

The Crutch and the Buttercup

Thu

27

7.30pm

9

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MARCH La Belle et La Bête (1946) Cert PG

Mon

3

2.30pm & 7.45pm

21

Artificial Things

Thu

6

7.30pm

10

The Chorus (2004) Cert 12                        

Mon

10

2.30pm & 7.45pm

21

The Falling Song

Thu

13

7.30pm

11

Retract

Sun

14

7.30pm

14

Origins

Sat

15

7.30pm

23

Inquiring Minds

Sun

16

7.30pm

15

Babette’s Feast (1987) Cert U                     

Mon

17

7.45pm

21

Caramel

Thu

20

7.30pm

12

Fri

21

7.30pm

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12.30pm, 4.30pm & 7pm

35

MANMade

Let’s Dance 10th Anniversary Sat & Sun 22 & 23 For Those in Peril (2013) Cert 18                       

Mon

24

2.30pm & 7.45pm

21

Tour D’Horizon

Thu

27

7.30pm

13

Fused Careers Platform

Fri

28

4pm

24

Fused Performances

Fri

28

7.30pm

24

Bolshoi Live: The Golden Age

Sun

30

4pm

19

The Dallas Buyers Club (2014) Cert TBC   

Mon

31

2.30pm & 7.45pm

21

Breakout The Solos

Sat

5

7pm

35

Pavilion Dance Cabaret

Sun

6

6pm & 8pm

15

World Parkinson’s Day

Sat

12

10am - 5.45pm

30

Wed - Sat

16-19

2.30pm & 7.30pm

35

APRIL

Reach for the Stars

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