Dance Woking NEW Autumn Brochure OUT NOW

Welcome to Dance Woking’s Winter Shorts Programme of activity, opportunities to watch, perform and get dancing.

WATCH: Professional dance companies supported by funding from Arts Council England’s Grants for the Arts Scheme, enabling us to bring professional dance companies to Rhoda McGaw Theatre. Starting in October we present Avant Garde’s Fagin’s Twist, based on the untold story of the notorious and complex villain Fagin p4. Wearing silent disco headphones H2Dance invite you to interact in Strangers and Others, an interactive performance p6. Scottish Dance Theatre bring an exciting Double Bill of high energy, humorous and engaging work, p7. Amina Khayyam Dance Company return with ONE using costume, music, movement to show the magic of Kathak, p9. Finally Commotion Dance with their festive show ‘Where Is Christmas?’

PERFORM: Dance Woking presents amazing work by community dance groups through various platforms including Young Dancemakers, a showcase for schools & colleges, p8; LEAP new work by emerging choreographers, p10; Innovate, a contemporary based dance platform.

GET DANCING: For details of dance classes and workshops, p13.

Dance Woking is committed to continuing to reach new audiences, develop and nurture talent and present work that we hope will inspire and encourage further audience engagement with dance.






Dance Woking has opened Innovate Expressions of Interest apply now

Dance Woking is hosting its annual contemporary led community dance platform ‘Innovate‘ on Saturday 18 November 2017 at Rhoda McGaw Theatre, Woking.

This is a contemporary dance platform showcasing some of the best local dance groups in Woking & Surrey,

Expressions of Interest are now open. For more details click HERE



Scottish Dance Theatre at Rhoda McGaw Theatre this October

Dance Woking is pleased to announce Scottish Dance Theatre will be performing their Double Bill Dreamers by Anton Lachky and TutuMucky by Botis Seva on Thursday 26 October as part of their Autumn tour.

Interviews with Choreographers Anton Lachky and Botis Seva about their work:

Tickets are now on sale and available through Ambassador Theatre Group Box Office:

To book online click HERE

To Call the booking office 0844 8717645

To find out more about this fantastic Double Bill click HERE

TutuMucky. Scottish Dance Theatre. choreographer Botis Seva
TutuMucky. Scottish Dance Theatre. choreographer Botis Seva


Dance Woking at Party in the Park Saturday 8 July

Party in the Park – Saturday 8 July 2017

This year, the party will be ‘Rockin’ All Over the Park’ as Woking pays tribute to the late, great Rick Parfitt from Status Quo.

Woking is celebrating the life and achievements of two of the greatest musical exports ever to come out of the town by throwing a retro 60s and 70s themed party, and everyone is invited! This year’s theme was chosen in honour of Rick Parfitt from Status Quo who tragically died on Christmas Eve 2016 and celebrates the achievements of Paul Weller’s world famous band The Jam.

The Woodstock of Woking offers something for everyone with a smorgasbord of music, dance, drama, comedy, workshops, great food and other cultural activities, from a wide range of local bands, professional artists and community groups. Dance Woking will be once again curating the dance element featuring an eclectic mix of local dance groups and professional dance companies, giving visitors a chance to watch, perform and take part.

Event Programme guide Party in the Park programme guide

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Dance Woking are getting ready to Rock All Over the Park!

Rockin’ All Over the Park!

#PITPWoking @celebratewoking Facebook: Party in the Park 2017

Time: 11.30am to 9pm

Date: Saturday 8 July 2017

Location: Woking Park

 Woking is celebrating its musical legacy by throwing a retro party, and everyone is invited!

Woking’s Party in the Park 2017 will be ‘Rockin’ All Over the Park!’ in tribute to The Jam and Rick Parfitt from Status Quo. Get into the groove with a swingin’ 60s and psychedelic 70s theme and enough free entertainment to fill a pair of platform shoes!

From 11.30am to 9pm on Saturday 8 July 2017, families are invited to chill out at Woking Park. Dig out your tie-dye, fire up your flares, flick back your hair and get ready to indulge in a whole day of love, peace and rock ‘n’ roll at Woking’s favourite summer party!

The ‘Woodstock of Woking’ offers something for everyone with Dance Woking curating dance, top acts on the Seymour’s Main Stage, the Children’s Zone, Freedom Leisure Sports Zone, shopping at the Chill Out Field and heaps more! The New Victoria Theatre Big Screen is back and this time it’s bigger than Audrey Hepburn’s beehive!

It will be groovier than a smoking hot lava lamp and cooler than a bowl of pink Angel Delight.

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