Red INK Call out to local dance groups

02/04/2019

 

Red INK Call out to local dance groups

02/04/2019

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A great opportunity to take part in the curtain raiser for the critically acclaimed Red INK by hip hop contemporary dance company Wayward Thread, is now open for local dance groups.

Local dancers are invited to apply to a series of intensive dance workshops in the lead up to the performance on the 19th June. This is an exciting opportunity to open for a show that has repeatedly sold out at venues including the Southbank Centre London, and is the third project with Si Rawlinson that BCA has worked on.

To make an application, please write in and tell us why you would like to take part (maximum 200 words, deadline: 26th April) to Producer Jih-Wen Yeh at jihwen@bedfordcreativearts.org.uk.  

Age: 8+ 

Workshop dates: 15th  –  17th June (10am- 4.30pm) 

Fee: Free 

Location: At your dance studio or The Place 

 

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