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BRISTOL DANCE FUTURES PRESENTS: Connect: A Training and Networking Day for Dance, Health and Wellbeing

12/11/21 to 12/11/21
9.30am - 7.30pm
Trinity Road, Bristol BS2 0NW, UK
Rise Youth Dance take part in a workshop with Uchenna Dance at Trinity as part of IGNiTE

BRISTOL DANCE FUTURES PRESENTS: Connect: A Training and Networking Day for Dance, Health and Wellbeing

About the Event

An opportunity to Connect with others in Bristol to create a strong support, training and development network for the Dance, Health and Wellbeing Sector.

At the event you will:
• Find out about social prescribing
• Participate in practical Masterclasses
• Help shape the new Bristol Dance and Wellbeing Network
• Network with peers
• Discuss and debate relevant issues
• See a performance

Masterclasses include:
• Rachael James and The Original Spinners: Dance with Parkinson’s and Dance with Dementia
• Julia Thorneycroft: Working with active older adults
• Lucinda Jarrett of Rosetta Life in partnership with Bristol Black Carers: Exploring somatic dance practices of touch,contact improvisation and the rhythms and language of everyday movement
• Emily Jenkins from Move, Dance, Feel: Dance for women affected
by cancer

Performance: Nationally renowned Gerry’s Attic older adults performance company with commissioned work by choreographer Gary Clarke

How to Book

Cost: £15 including lunch and a performance (Bursaries available)
To book tickets visit: https://www.trinitybristol.org.uk/activities/ignite/whats-on/connect

Bursaries available: Theatre Bristol is offering 10 fully subsidised places to freelance dance artists and/or producers to attend this event. We want to ensure as many people as possible can be here and recognise the financial barrier of attending events like these.

This event will be hosted at The Trinity Centre 

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