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A one-woman army - the solo performance of Antigone, Interrupted

Produced in association with Perth Theatre, Antigone, Interrupted re-imagines a classic story for a contemporary world through the body and the voice of a single performer, the classic story being that of Greek tragedy Antigone. Joan Cleville, Artistic Director of Scottish Dance Theatre, talks to us about the ambitious endeavour.

Wallflower: The 12-hour marathon of dance and memory coming to Findhorn

Award-winning theatre and performance company Quarantine are bringing their first 12-hour performance of Wallflower to Universal Hall in Findhorn. We caught up with Quarantine’s Richard Gregory to find out more.

Joan Cleville on touring The North, Plan B for Utopia and developing collaborative, accessible work

Find out more about the upcoming tours from Joan Cleville Dance: The North and Plan B for Utopia.

Paul Burns: At Tanzmesse 2018, Dance from Scotland went global

Paul Burns, Interim Head of Dance at Creative Scotland, reflects on Tanzmesse 2018: the largest professional gathering dedicated exclusively to contemporary dance.

Barrowland Ballet on their trio of tiger tales

Barrowland Ballet - one of Scotland's most exciting and successful contemporary dance companies - is touring this autumn with not one, not two, but three very special tiger-themed shows: Tiger, Tiger Tale and Playful Tiger.

Dance duets popping-up in public spaces around the world

POP-UP Duets (fragments of love) is a series of short contemporary dance duets designed for a wide range of public spaces. Just back from appearing at Jacob's Pillow in the USA, we spoke to choreographer Janis Claxton and composer Pippa Murphy. 

The Work Room at 10: How the artist-led practice has developed over a decade

Back in 2008, The Work Room was founded by a group of artists who agitated for space and resource for dance in the city. Now, ten years on, The Work Room is still working with choreographers from across Scotland to research and develop new creative projects.

Scottish Dance Theatre's Fleur Darkin on Velvet Petal: The disco-punk production inspired by Patti Smith

Scottish Dance Theatre's latest production, Velvet Petal, is a powerful fusion of ideas. Created by Artistic Director Fleur Darkin, the piece philosophizes on notions such as beauty and change. Oh, and it's set to a disco punk soundtrack.

In Motion: capturing the evolving world of screen dance

A new series of online films created by The Work Room and commissioned by The Space aims to showcase independent dance artists making work for screen in Scotland. We spoke to producer Katrina McPherson about this evolving artform.

YDance: helping young people realise their potential through movement

YDance is the national youth dance organisation for young people aged three to 21. It runs regular Routes events, including Connections (a three-day event for youth dance groups and individuals), and Destinations (a vibrant showcase of youth dance). We spoke to YDance's Kirsty Rough to find out more.