Dance Scratch Review

A massive thank you to all those who took part in the Dance Scratch at the OFS on Wed 5 October. ODF members Andy Solway, Ayala Kingsley, Ségolène Tarte and our regional guests Dew Dance shared some exciting new work in front of a delighted audience. If you missed the show you can read a report by Maggie Watson on…

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Dance Scratch 5 Oct

We’re looking forward to hosting another Dance Scratch at Arts at the Old Fire Station on Wed 5 October at 7.30pm. This time we have 4 acts so there will be time for an interval as well as discussion after each piece. Tickets are on sale only £5 book here. Artists showing work are Andy…

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Call out for Dance Scratch

We are inviting applications for the next Dance Scratch Night which will be on Wed 5 October (previously advertised as 28 Sept but has changed) at the OFS. As always the dance scratch is about sharing new works in progress by local dance makers. If you are making new work or are thinking about making new work, you are…

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Creative Lab – door, sun, in between

By Andy Solway – Creative Labs are a great place to try out new ideas. It’s also really interesting to get an insight into other people’s creative process. I’m always amazed at how well people work together in the labs, even when they are from very different dance backgrounds. At the February creative Lab, Jenny…

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International Dance Day – Friday 29 April

Celebrating International Dance Day – Friday 29th April 2022 This year Oxford Dance Forum would like to invite all Oxford Dance Artists to share what they’re doing on International Dance Day, in the spirit of “A day in the life of a freelance dance artist”. Whatever our activities on the day, let’s take to our…

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Dance Scratch at OFS

Susie Crow Tech Studies

On 9th Feb 2022 Oxford Dance Forum were at last able to host our first Dance Scratch at Arts at the Old Fire Station in over two years. Three locally based makers shared new work: Susie Crow, Pragna Das and Helen Edwards, there was lively discussion and fantastic support from the audience who were as…

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