From Ailey Intensive to Rambert Dance Company by Matthew Rawcliffe

I began The Lowry CAT (Centre for Advanced Training) scheme in 2014 during my last year of high school. Having been involved with many youth theatre and musical companies I had always really enjoyed movement and was keen to pursue … Read more

Calling all dance enthusiasts…

One Dance UK and Dance Consortium are looking for applications from young people to become Dance Ambassadors 2017-18. ODUK image by Brian Slater One Dance UK, working in partnership with Dance Consortium is looking for proactive and confident young people … Read more

Dance Consortium remains an Arts Council England National Portfolio Organisation 2018 – 2022

Tuesday 27 June 2017 – Dance Consortium, a group of 19 large-scale venues located across the UK, is delighted to announce it has been successful in its application to remain an Arts Council England National Portfolio Organisation (NPO) for 2018 – … Read more

Edinburgh, Education and more Castles!

Hello again from Josh! The m¡longa cast and crew are currently on our (very bendy) journey back down to Newcastle so another perfect opportunity to catch up on the last few days of tour. In fact we’ve just crossed the border over … Read more

Robin Hood, Castles and Tango!

Hello! LIPA student Josh Davies is back on tour with the Dance Consortium, this time with a unique take on Argentinian Tango: m¡longa. We’re currently on our long journey up to the Edinburgh Festival Theatre, so I thought it would … Read more

m¡longa on the road – two weeks to go!

Roy Quinn: Update 7th June 2017 After six successful m¡longa performances in venues across the UK, the team have had a well-deserved day off to relax and experience the wonderful city of Birmingham and all it has to offer. Everyone did their … Read more

On tour with m¡longa

One week, nine shows and four m¡longa venues down, we caught up with LIPA student Roy Quinn, who is on tour with m¡longa, and quickly learning the ins and outs of a Dance Consortium tour. m¡longa is a sizzling production just like … Read more

Beers, bridges and NESSIE

Hola again from Kay and Josh! (Joshua Davies and Kay Nicholson – Music, Theatre and Entertainment Management students at the Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts). Fresh from a 4-hour coach journey from the beautiful Inverness to busy Edinburgh. We are two … Read more

Exciting new job opportunity!

Dance Consortium is looking to appoint a freelance Learning and Participation Coordinator to support its programme of international contemporary dance tours. This is an exciting opportunity to work with Dance Consortium – touring the best of international dance to audiences across the … Read more

Interview with The Listening Room choreographer, Theo Clinkard

Thu 23 Feb 2017 from Rhiannon Brace for London Dance. TONIGHT Danza Contemporánea de Cuba make their Barbican debut with a triple bill of work by leading international choreographers including the company’s own George Céspedes, Olivier award winner Annabelle Lopez Ochoa … Read more