Picture of a group of children dancing in Lowestoft

Lowestoft Dance Map - Glass House Dance

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Lowestoft Dance Map was part of Making Waves Together, an ambitious programme in Great Yarmouth and Lowestoft to raise the profile for culture as a driver for economic growth and community pride. It was a two year project in partnership with the Association of Suffolk Museums to unearth stories from Lowestoft’s heritage and share them through dance. DanceEast and Glass House Dance worked Lowestoft Maritime Museum, Lowestoft Museum and a wide range of schools and community groups to create outdoor, public performances.

Devised and directed by Sarah Lewis and Laura McGill

Project coordinators Alyson Tipping and Alysha Hudson

Film maker: John Fensom

Dancers perform outside Lowestoft Museum as part of the Lowestoft Dance Map project
Photos by Charlie Ketchen
Dancers perform outside Lowestoft Museum as part of the Lowestoft Dance Map project

Glass House Dance

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