Monday 18th November saw the eagerly anticipated New Adventures Doorstep Duets Film premiere and we can't wait to share it with you.
The installation was a unique performance of kanthas and kathak dance narrating local stories originated during Covid lockdown and took over an empty unit in Woking’s Peacock Shopping Centre to aid reimagining perceptions and conventions of a performance stage.
Dance Woking will be providing 3 opportunities for dance professionals to dance, watch and network with Tavaziva Dance Company in October & November.
We are thrilled to be bringing our Young Dance Makers platform back to Rhoda McGaw Theatre in November! Work has already started with our partner schools & outreach team and it is set to be full of talented inspired dancers from our inspired learning programme.
Our outreach team have begun their inspired learning work with our local partner schools this week and it's been great to be back!!
In August, Dance Woking partnered with Matthew Bourne's New Adventures to connect communities and individuals who have been isolating due to Covid19. Over two days our team visited 18 different venues in and around Woking bringing the Doorstep Duet tour of live dance to so many within our community.
Following the success of our Hunky dory Summer Club, Dance Woking are thrilled to announce that we will be offering two 1 day dance, arts & crafts workshops over the October Half Term!
It’s that time of year and we are once again looking for local dance groups who would like to perform at our Contemporary Community Platform INNOVATE Saturday 20 November 2021 at Rhoda McGaw Theatre, Woking.
Dance Woking are now actively recruiting for new graduates to join our Outreach Teaching Team. If you have just graduated from a dance course or are an experienced freelance dance teacher we would love to hear from you!
A unique performance/ installation of kanthas and kathak dance narrating local stories originated during Covid lockdown, taking over of a local empty unit in Woking’s Peacock Shopping Centre, reimagining perceptions and conventions of the performance stage.
It's finally September which means our fabulous Autumn CPD programme can commence!
Matilda is a performer, choreographer and teacher based in Woking, Surrey. Matilda trained at the Northern School of Contemporary Dance graduating in 2018 with a First-Class Honours Degree and then went on to complete an MA with Emergence graduating with a Distinction in 2019. Since graduation she has worked with a variety of companies including, Ascension, Dance Woking, Stagecoach, DRIFT, FRONTLINEDance, Rees Dance, iiD, Sarita Piotrowski & R.W.D. In 2020, Matilda joined forces with fellow dancer Hannah Woodliffe, to create H&T, a company which shares work that portrays issues and topics through dance and is accessible to a diverse range of audiences through outreach workshops.
Providing high quality opportunities to watch, perform and take part in dance, providing new experiences that inspire artists, audiences, participants and communities.