Oxford Dance Forum – Evolution Celebration

October 13, 2019
1.50pm, 3.05pm, 4.20pm & 6pm

Book tickets for each event you’d like to attend – all free, donations welcome.

All Ages bar Naomi Morris' which is 18+

Performers: Jenny Parrott, Joëlle Pappas and Christopher Redgate, Naomi Morris, Body Politic, Justice in Motion, Segolene Tarte, Sole Rebel Tap, Unlock the Chains Collective and discussion

A free event celebrating the work of local dance artists and recipients of the Arts Council England-funded Oxford Dance Forum Evolution awards. Offering a vibrant and eclectic mix of dance performances, dance films and documentaries, installations and discussions throughout the afternoon and evening, this one-time-only event is open to all!

1.30pm & 4pm (15 mins)
An informal and intimate opportunity to listen to a specially created podcast by Mae based upon her explorations into creating sound, particularly the use of contact mics, as part of her Evolution funding.
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Jenny Parrott, Joëlle Pappas and Christopher Redgate, and Naomi Morris
1.50pm & 4.20pm (1 hour appox.)
Join us for an intriguing and entertaining promenade event of dance, live music, projections, and dialogue that takes place in the Cafe and Loft. Ages 18+ (contains nudity).
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Miranda Laurence
3.05pm (45 minutes approx.)
Join Miranda Laurence for a discussion exploring how to watch dance and get more out of it. This talk is open to all – dance makers, regular dance watchers, and those who may have little or no experience of watching dance.
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Body Politic, Justice in Motion, Segolene Tarte, Sole Rebel Tap, and Unlock the Chains Collective & Kuumba Nia Arts
6pm (1.5 hours approx)
A rare opportunity to experience an eclectic mix of works created by 5 Oxford based dance artists and companies, with each presenting short excerpts in styles ranging from hip hop to butoh, tap to physical theatre, and ballet to performance poetry.

e show, otherwise it may be released for re-sale.

Old Fire Station, George St, Oxford

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