BRUMproclass with Dan Daw

Thursday Morning ProClass with Dan Daw

ABOUT THE CLASS/WORKSHOP
Dan is a disabled performer and maker whose work draws on both theatre and dance to comment on his otherness. Delivered in a workshop format and tailored to the participants in the room, the class will focus on authenticity of movement, collaborative performance technique and choreographic composition.

ABOUT DAN
A queer, disables artist living in Birmingham, UK, Dan works collaboratively with a growing network of companies and artists to develop new work for UK and international audiences.

Blurring the divide between theatre and dance, all work Dan makes becomes part of a series of attempts.  With his work proposing that “success” and “failure” could possibly be the same thing, he plays, in different ways, with audience expectation in connection to his body’s deviating functionality.

Enjoy your regular #BRUMproclass
EVERY TUESDAY AND THURSDAY
10:00 – 11:30AM


Birmingham Pro Class 

We are very excited to present Birmingham Professional Class. The scheme is a non-profit initiative in which local dance artists, companies and organisations collectively aim to provide, sustain and contribute to Professional Class in the City. Classes are open to pro-dancers, recent graduates and those in training. 100% of your membership fee goes directly back into funding the programme.

Become a member and get weekly sessions for less than £3.50 per class!

For more information and to join CLICK HERE


Delivered and supported by: DanceXchange, ACE dance and music, Birmingham Dance Network, Autin Dance Theatre and Rosie Kay Dance Company