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Watch our work!

Katie Dale-Everett Dance's work has been programmed as part of a company tour, festivals, independent sharings, arts events and on Channel Four's Random Acts online. For a list of previous dates and locations please visit our Past Dates Page.
For coming up opportunities to see our work please see below!

  • Tue
    7:00 pmRhoda McGaw Theatre

    Animation by Megan Yaxley

    A platform showcasing new work created by the next generation of choreographers. Find out more about the three choreographers presenting work...

    - Katie Dale-Everett Dance presents their interactive work 'How far would you go to be liked?' This work invites audience interaction and asks you to interact and influence the outcomes for two people whilst exploring what our desire to be liked might make us do.

    It is part of Katie’s new project Virtual You which explores potential scenarios young people could find themselves in when engaging online. Virtual You is a refreshing and abstract way of looking at the universal issues of social media whilst making it modern and engaging for a younger generation!

    - Jack Philp Dance presenting LUMEN Fusing the world’s of science and dance together this debut features Jack’s latest contemporary dance works. Be plunged into the space with the performers in the immersive styling of ‘Psychoacoustic’ and indulge in the athletic punch that is ‘Lumen’. Entertain your curiosity and explore what happens when neuroscience and astrophysics meet contemporary dance.

    Supported by Dance Woking, Arts Council of Wales, National Dance Company Wales, Venue Cymru, Cardiff University (The School of physics and astronomy), Rubicon Dance, City University (cognitive neuroscience research unit).

    - Wesley Bingwa – Starting his dance career at Woking College, Wesley went to De Montfort, University Leicester where he graduated in a BA Hons in Dance. He is just completing a Masters at Trinity Laban in Choreography.

    Tonight Dance Woking is delighted to be able to support Wesley as he realises his ambition as a choreographer, his journey into the dance world at its infancy.

    Tickets Available:
    Standard - £9.50
    Concession - £5.50


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