Workshops, Classes & Talks

Katie Dale-Everett Dance are currently only teaching privately booked classes and workshops as part of her tour (some of which are listed here). Please follow her social media to keep up to date on these. As soon as any classes or workshops that are open to the public become available they will be posted here so please check back regularly.

  • Wed
    12.00pm - 2.00pmThe Town Hall, Guildhall St, Folkestone, Kent, CT20 1DY

    Strangelove Festival. International Time Based Arts Festival



  • Tue
    The Studios

    The Young Dancer’s Collective was established in partnership with Brighton and Hove City Council in 2016, to offer an opportunity for young people in Brighton and surrounding areas to explore their interests in dance.

  • Wed
  • Fri
    10.00 - 13.00Chisenhale Dance

    ‘All the world’s a stage and all these men and women really players’ As You Like It – William Shakespeare

    On Friday 12 May 2017 Natalie Wearden and Katie Dale-Everett will facilitate Authenticity of Action for OPENLAB at Chisenhale Dance Space – Research Studio, 10 AM-1 PM.

    The main questions that will drive Katie and Natalie’s facilitation are:

    • To what extent is performance present in everyday interaction?
    • In what ways are those performances restricted by the conventions of our circumstances?
    • How are unconscious performances different to those that are rehearsed, instructed or intentional?

    In his 1967 book The Presentation of the Self in Everyday Life, Erving Goffman draws a comparison between the theatre and the performativity of everyday interaction. Goffman argues that all human interaction is a performance, seeking to elicit a particular response or interpretation of the other/s. In a digital age, we are able to perform even greater sections of our lives for a constantly available audience, whenever, wherever and however we desire.

    In this OPENLAB Natalie and Katie will embrace the slips in performances, the mistakes and interruptions. They will question their awareness of performance in everyday life and the space between rehearsed and unintentional performativity. They also wish to question how might a performance or choreographic practice be organised similarly to our everyday presentation of self?

    If a dancer makes a mistake, could it be similar to muddling up words, awkward silences, misunderstandings or inappropriate laughter? They will play in the space between rehearsal, performance and everyday interaction asking what constitutes an audience, a performance or an authentic action.


    OPENLAB sessions are open to any performers: dancers, musicians, actors and anyone interested in presence and awareness in performance.

    The facilitators of OPENLAB are also participants “in” the session and participants can propose their ideas for a future session. If you’d like to know more about this, come to one of our sessions or e-mail Antonio de la Fe (antonio.delafeguedes@gmail.com).

    The sessions function in a pay-what-you-can contribution basis to cover expenses and as an incentive for the facilitator of the session. We suggest a £7 contribution for the 3-hour long sessions (‘Facilitated OL’ sessions).

    Chisenhale Dance Space
    64-84 Chisenhale Road
    E3 5

  • Sun
    10.00 - 15.00Ideas Test, 34 High Street, Sittingbourne ME10 4PB

    For all ages and free! No art experience needed! Please visit Ideas Test's website for more information!

  • Tue
    Oasis Academy

    A private workshop for year 10s and 12s exploring the choreographic techniques used to make Digital Tattoo.

  • Fri

    Varndean College BETEC Year 1 Students only.

  • Sat
    2:00 pmLeaf Hall, 51 Seaside, Eastbourne BN22 7NB

    A day of free workshops. Katie Dale-Everett Dance will be leading a two hour workshop exploring choreographic tasks used to create her most recent work Digital Tattoo. Email Eve @ evezandi@gmail.com to book your place!

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