Introducing… at Birmingham Weekender

  • Sunday 6th October 2019
  • Free

Introducing… at Birmingham Weekender 

Birmingham Dance Network brings you Introducing... a jam-packed day of dance performances, showcasing some of the most exciting dance makers in the region. This will be the seventh Introducing… platform curated by BDN. Previous events have included contemporary dance, Kathak, Hip-Hop theatre, tap dance, ballet and ballroom. Hosted in BDN’s trademark style, we invite you to expect the unexpected and join us to be part of the future of new dance in Brum. You never know, you might even get the chance to have a boogie yourself!

Introducing… The Line-up

13:00   Introduction with Becca and Gen
The Introducing… Stage [B5 4RB]
13:10   Tom ‘n Rob – Tom n’ Rob Break Free   The Introducing… Stage [B5 4RB]
13:30   Vidya Patel –  Last Leaf  The Introducing… Stage [B5 4RB]
13:45   Dc² Dance Company The NEVER Mind The Introducing… Stage [B5 4RB]
14:00   Matthew Lambden – I am a queen  Cancelled due to unforeseen circumstances The Introducing… Stage [B5 4RB]
14:20   Autin Dance Theatre – Dystopia  The Introducing… Stage [B5 4RB]
14:45   Freewheelin Dance Group – Forge The Introducing… Stage [B5 4RB]
15:10   Marshon Dance Company  – Masculine, The Mask You’re In (Masculine Law)                       The Introducing… Stage [B5 4RB]
15:25   Tom ‘n Rob – Tom n’ Rob Break Free   The Introducing… Stage [B5 4RB]
15:50   Games with Becca and Gen The Introducing… Stage [B5 4RB]
16:00   Stephanie Donohoe I’m a Brummie Bab – an improvisation The Introducing… Stage [B5 4RB]
16:15   Autin Dance Theatre – Dystopia  The Introducing… Stage [B5 4RB]
16:40   Marshon Dance Company – Masculine, The Mask You’re In (Masculine Law) The Introducing… Stage [B5 4RB]
17:00   Final Thanks from Becca and Gen  The Introducing… Stage [B5 4RB]

Want to learn more about the works?
You can view the Introducing… programme by clicking here!

BDN is the go-to support network for independent dance artists, choreographers and practitioners living and working in and around the Second City. Bringing the professional community together, BDN is dedicated to providing performance, development, networking and training opportunities for dance artists in the West Midlands.

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