Dance Umbrella news: Photos from NOW Gallery’s postTHIS SEPTEMBER >>> 200 women from London will danc…

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THIS SEPTEMBER >>> 200 women from London will dance together here in Peninsula Square, outside the O2 arena.

Created for Dance Umbrella’s 40th annual festival and any women in London can apply to take part.

Sasha Milavic Davies’s world premiere of Everything That Rises Must Dance, with Complicite, is a compelling celebration of female movement through the female gaze, incorporating both the everyday and the universal.

Put Saturday 29 September in your diary! More details coming soon.
The Peninsulist.

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Our Re-Search Programme provides time and space for artists to test choreographic ideas and collaborations before committing to starting in on creating a new project.

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