What to see this winter

As we approach winter more and more people will be drawn to the festivity and comfort of going to the theater but before buying those pantomime tickets here are a few other events we have our eye on. We’ve chosen to put these shows on your radar for their innovation and variety as well as them being a  platform for new artists of every gender and individuality. So support your emerging choreographers by checking out a few of these shows. We know we’ll be there.


linger/beyond: dance works get a new life : October 6th lsc-beyond-cropped-main

London Studio Centre’s latest choreographic residency project. Ten talented, emerging choreographers developed their work during a 3-week residency, engaging in a dramaturgical collaboration. Come and join us for an evening of vibrant and cutting edge work by the new choreographic voices enriching London’s dance landscape.”

more info/tickets here


In-Transit-by-Kimberley-Clarke-690x388.jpgEmerge 13 : November 5th-16th

This year will introduce 7 new dance works choreographed by some of the most exciting, up and coming choreographers in dance which takes place over 2 weeks in November. You may even see some familiar faces there.

                                                                           more info/tickets here


Dance Reading 2016: November

This November sees the launch of Dance Reading, a month of exciting and engaging dance of all styles, with something for everyone. Part of Reading’s Year of Culture, dance is one of the twelve themes for the year, and the whole month of November is given over to celebrating dance, coordinated and programmed by Junction Dance. The programme includes works by larger companies like Ballet Boyz and emerging artists like MCDC.

full programme/info/ticket here


signs-image-webBlue Elephant Theatre : September -December

Finally Blue Elephant Theatre has an amazing line up this winter, featuring many artists we have worked with in the past including MonixArts and Inter Pares Project.

full programme/info/tickets here



If you know of any other performances that support emerging artists, or want to promote your own work please to do not hesitate to post the information in the comment section below and we will be sure to spread the word.

Much Love,

Kaleidoscopic Arts


This post was written by Cecilia Berghäll.

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