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#ThrowbackThursday to ‘Freedom of Information’ by Bill T Jones and Arnie Zane, part of DU Festival 1984. A remarkable work exploiting the potential of their differences. Photo: Peter Sayers



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Our Dance Umbrella festival countdown 2/40 celebrates Doublework by Richard Alston Dance Company in 1978, photo by David Buckland. 1979 was a planning year for DU, as the next festival started in January. ... See MoreSee Less

Our Dance Umbrella festival countdown 2/40 celebrates Doublework by Richard Alston Dance Company in 1978, photo by David Buckland. 1979 was a planning year for DU, as the next festival started in January.

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Commencing our countdown 1/40 is the brochure cover (design: Mike Carney) for the first Dance Umbrella festival in 1978, set up by Val Bourne CBE. It took place at Riverside Studios/ICA presenting 15 companies including Richard Alston Dance Company, Rosemary Butcher, Sara Rudner and MAAS Movers, UK's first black dance company. Ticket prices for the first two festivals were £1.75 (90p conc)! ... See MoreSee Less

Commencing our countdown 1/40 is the brochure cover (design: Mike Carney) for the first Dance Umbrella festival in 1978, set up by Val Bourne CBE. It took place at Riverside Studios/ICA presenting 15 companies including Richard Alston Dance Company, Rosemary Butcher, Sara Rudner and MAAS Movers, UKs first black dance company. Ticket prices for the first two festivals were £1.75 (90p conc)!
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