Upcoming Events
Supported by Leeds Dance Partnership

A woman is holding a laptop in front of her face. The laptop screen is displaying a cartoon-ish face.
Yorkshire Dance
08/02/2020 11:00 AM
Northern School of Contemporary Dance is hosting a two-day event featuring a symposium IRL? (In Real Life), supported by Leeds Dance Partnership and a double bill of solo works from Europe, FORECASTING and likes.

A person is jumping in front of a drum. The image is black and white.
Yorkshire Dance
29/02/2020 2:00 PM
You are invited to an unexpected gathering and a meeting of worlds as youths and elders meet in the space that separates them and unites them.

A black and white image of a man with a child on his shoulders. They are in profile to the camera.
Yorkshire Dance
29/02/2020 6:00 PM
A duo of a man and his son tries a physical approach to the notion of paternal bond, of filiation.

Yorkshire Dance
01/03/2020 11:30 AM
An imaginary journey across the earth with music and dance.

A performance of Touch by Four Hands. A dancer stands over a child, cradling the child's head in their handss. We can see the audience in the background.
Yorkshire Dance
01/03/2020 2:00 PM
Touch is a performance that explores the themes of connection, intimacy and play between children and their grown ups.

A performance of Touch by Four Hands. A dancer stands over a child, cradling the child's head in their handss. We can see the audience in the background.
Slung Low
07/03/2020 11:00 AM
Touch is a performance that explores the themes of connection, intimacy and play between children and their grown ups.

A dancer is leaping in the air. She is dressed as Jub, a character from The Lost Happy Endings.. She is wearing a green jacket, and is holding onto a magical quill and bag. She is in a forest.
Leeds Playhouse
27/03/2020 - 28/03/2020 7:30 PM
What happens when the Happy Endings are stolen? The Lost Happy Endings is an original story by Carol Ann Duffy retold as dance theatre by balletLORENT for families.

Two dancers in a promotional image for Seeta Patel's Rite of Spring. One is in profile to the camera, the other stands in front of them, looking backwards. They both have white powder covering them, and a smoke of white powder trailing behind them.
Stanley & Audrey Burton Theatre
13/05/2020 7:30 PM
Award-winning choreographer Seeta Patel reimagines the iconic ballet The Rite of Spring in the powerful Indian dance style, Bharatanatyam.