Erindale Theatre Saturday 28 October 2023 One show only Duration 1 hour 20 minutes
The Training Ground presents a selection of group, solo, duet and trio dance works, as well as a few student-devised works, showcasing the strength of the company’s dancers, their studio and their achievements in 2023. Hurry – tickets are very limited.
The Playhouse, Canberra Theatre Centre 18–20 May 2023
This is a triple bill created by choreographers Alice Lee Holland (Townsville), Kyall Shanks (Melbourne) and Lordfai Navinda Pachimsawat (Bangkok) working with Artistic Director Ruth Osborne, Assistant to the Artistic Director Stephen Gow and the Quantum Leap ensemble.
Weekends until April 2023 10.30am to 3pm Departing from and returning to National Museum Wharf, Lawson Crescent, Acton Performers: Yolande Lowatta, Levente Szabo/Douglas Stone, Liam Budge, Stefanie Lekkas
Australian Dance Party is a Canberra based company with a particular interest in site-specific works. ADP aims to bring together dance and other arts, people and place.
To celebrate the power of inclusion and imperative for excellence we are aligning with International Day of People with Disability to launch The Stellar Company, a new and inclusive voice in community arts in the ACT.
Folk Dance Canberra Hall 114 Maitland Street, Hackett ACT Friday, 23 September, 7.30pm – 9pm
Experience wild rhythms, exotic melodies and bold singing, blending ancient traditions with modern musical idioms. Canberra duo, Alister Price (accordionist) and Desi Gancheva (singer), perform Balkan music and leading dances that everyone can join in.
Erindale Theatre Sunday 19 June 2022 At 5pm and 8pm
Performed by the program’s full cast of 250+ dancers, aged 9 years to adult, the production features 52 dance pieces, exciting lighting and visual components and action-packed commercial hip-hop choreography.
Professional and community dance artists present workshops, performances, talks, forums and film showings in this year’s festival with 10 world premieres, eight national premieres and three established works at the National Film and Sound Archive, National Library of Australia, National Portrait Gallery, National Gallery of Australia, Gorman House, QL2 Dance and Canberra Theatre Centre.
Online during February 2022 and later at Belconnen Arts Centre and Tuggeranong Arts Centre (COVID dependent)
The ACT is one of the first Australian jurisdictions to provide Dance for Wellbeing programs, catering for seniors and for people with Parkinson’s, Dementia, and other physical and neurological conditions. The ZWSR program aims to help participants keep their bodies and brains active and healthy, regardless of mobility, skill or age.
Belconnen and Tuggeranong Arts Centres Ongoing, 10 week terms, parallel to the ACT School Terms
ZEST classes are designed for adults who want to keep their body and brain active and healthy, regardless of their mobility, skill or age. This program is managed and conducted by Philip Piggin, Jan Ingall, Debora di Centa and Jacqui Simmonds.