September 21 (Thursday) 7:15 pm - November 30 (Thursday) 8:45 pm
South Hill Park, Ringmead, RG12 7PA
£65, Conc £63, Members £60
Contemporary Dance for Intermediate & Advanced Tutor: nocturn dance (John Darvell) for those who have danced, try our Adult Improvers A faster paced class for those who have a strong technical ability and want
Contemporary Dance for Intermediate & Advanced
Tutor: nocturn dance (John Darvell)
for those who have danced, try our Adult Improvers
A faster paced class for those who have a strong technical ability and want to challenge themselves.
Both classes are a great way to develop the core skills and styles of contemporary dance which will include floor work, centre and travelling exercises and ultimately build towards short routines.
Half term is Monday 23 – Sunday 29 October
JOINT CLASS DEAL!! Join a Contemporary course and the Choreographic Group and get one course half price
Please note that once this course has begun bookings can only be taken at the box office or by calling 01344 484123.
…see for yourself, watch our video…
We often get asked ‘what can I expect to happen when I come to class?‘ so we made a trailer so you can see, at
About nocturn dance
nocturn dance are the ‘dance macabre’ of the digital world. We seek out unconventional opportunities for contemporary dance, experimenting with interactive work, blending performance art with social media.
John Darvell, Artistic Director is a choreographer, dance artist and experienced community dance practitioner. His pathway into dance was unusual and began at age 30, having worked in new media for 15 years. His experience of technology and working across multiple platforms informs his choreographic process.
nocturn dance runs an extensive adult community, educational and youth dance programme across the Thames Valley. John has written for the People Dancing, NDTA, is regularly on air (BBC Oxfordshire) and is Secretary to the NDTA board.
nocturns recent work ‘dareyouwatch’ was a SHP Live commissioned piece funded by ACE, West Berkshire Council and Newbury College. This ambitious work integrated story telling, digital cinema and online interaction in an immersive site specific performance streamed live over 18 hours – the culmination of a 72-day transmedia campaign. Over 6,000 unique visitors to site, 6,500 Facebook ‘Likes’, an online viewing audience of 1,200 from 16 countries.
Recent collaborations include a live stream performance for Jon Lockharts visual art installation ‘The Boundless Museum’, at Reading Museum; ‘The Fortress’ an outdoor touring show by Beautiful Creatures at Caversham Festival 2014 (audiences over 2000); plus being Hub Choreographer for large scale production ‘Tree of Light’, involving 1200 participants, for the 2012 Games.