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Bethan Peters

Bethan is a Worthing-based choreographer, participatory dance artist and producer who has been working across the community and professional dance and arts sectors for the past 17 years.

Bethan’s work predominantly takes place beyond theatrical spaces. She is interested in creating and producing work that has social engagement and individual expression at its core. She often explores environmental themes within her work, which consider our personal and collective relationships to place, landscape, and planet.

Bethan began collaborating within the museums and galleries sector in 2014 through programming and presenting dance and cross-arts events at the Horniman Museum & Gardens and later Tate Modern for Trinity Laban.

Between 2015-16 Bethan was the first choreographer in residence at Royal Museums Greenwich for which she created multiple site-specific performances and community engagement projects.

Along with her collaborator Stacie Lee Bennett-Worth, Bethan was commissioned by Turner Contemporary to create two new dance-based installations in response to their Seaside: Photographed exhibition in 2019.

Since 2018 Bethan has been the Creative Learning Producer for Dance Umbrella; London’s international dance festival. Website:

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