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Case Studies

Explore a range of dance and heritage projects from across the UK.

A group of dancers of all ages stand to attention, saluting with their right hands at their brows. They are part of a performance at an Imperial War Museum, and are dancing in front of planes in the exhibition.

New Adventures – Cinderella: A Museum Adventure

Cinderella: A Museum Adventure was an exciting collaborative project with the Imperial War Museum to coincide with the UK tour of Matthew Bourne’s Cinderella. As a creative response to Cinderella, a thrilling and evocative…

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Two dancers wearing white long sleeved tops and a bright yellow skirt with a black pattern dance in the middle of an art gallery, surrounded by an audience of people on all sides.

The Elsewhen Series – Theo Clinkard and Leah Marojević

Modern day romantics, period dramas, projecting the present, practicing elsewhere and elsewhen, a series of daydreams and escapisms into alternatives via nature and her animals Across five duet…

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Born and Bred Dance Theatre dancer working with primary school children in Saddleworth

Born and Bred Dance Theatre – Dancestry Project

Dancestry was a unique collaboration between Born and Bred Dance Theatre and Saddleworth Museum that used dance to learn about and explore the local history of Saddleworth. We…

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A group of different dancers, using different dance styles, all wearing bright blues, pinks, black and white dance under the blue arches of a historical building.

Get Dancing Project, Showtown

From 2020-2022, Showtown created a brand new social dance, inspired by a long tradition of novelty dances in Blackpool. Together with community arts organisation, LeftCoast and local dance collective, House of Wingz, they…

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Two dancers performing at Lion Salt Works

Martin Hylton at Lion Salt Works

SALT was commissioned as part of Arts&Heritage's Meeting Point programme in 2017. The work gave visitors the chance to step into the artwork for a truly unique experience. Visitors to the exhibition…

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Dancers perform at the Windermere Jetty Museum of Boats, Steam and Stories

(Re)Make – Sara Wookey and Camilla Robinson

(Re)Make is a new dance film by Sara Wookey in collaboration with Camilla Robinson. It features four experienced female dance artists exploring ideas of remaking in choreography through movement and dance.…

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A group of dancers of all ages come together to dance in a town square in North West England. Colourful bunting hangs above their heads.

Cotton – About Time Dance Company

Cotton is a site-responsive dance work for 3 professional dancers and a community cast; a captivating exploration through dance and sound, illuminating processes of cotton production in Lancashire.…

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