|It’s only one week to go until the Big Dance Bus pulls up outside the Maltings for a big day of free dance for all. The incredible festival has been on the road since the end of May and has so visited celebrations in Hornchurch, Croydon and Watford.
The visit to Farnham will be the only destination outside of London for the festival and this has been made possible by our new resident Dance Company, Matthew Bourne’s New Adventures & Re:Bourne.They will be performing a series of performances and dance workshops alongside other resident companies Stopgap and The Dance Movement.
We are now delighted to reveal the whole schedule so you can come for all or just pop by for the workshops and performances you like the sound of.
We hope to see you there!
Big Dance Bus: Farnham Maltings Schedule
12pm – 5pm, Saturday 18 June
|12pm||Big Dance Bus Company||Lively performances to start this exciting programme|
|1235||Matthew Bourne’s New Adventures||An excerpt of ‘Country’ from ‘Early Adventures’
followed by a workshop featuring New Adventures’ ground-breaking, unique theatrical language
|1310||Big Dance Bus Company||Hoola Hoop workshop|
|1340||The Dance Movement – Legit Boys Dance||An athletic contemporary dance performance|
|1345||The Dance Movement – Coalesce Youth Dance Company||Contemporary youth dance performance|
|1350||Big Dance Bus Company||Lindy Hop workshop|
|1420||Demeric School of Dance||Tap and contemporary dance performances|
|1440||The Dance Movement – Butterflies and Dragonflies||Workshop for children and adults based on the dance being created for ‘Farnham in Bloom’|
|Matthew Bourne’s New Adventures||An excerpt of ‘Country’ from ‘Early Adventures’|
|Big Dance Bus Company||Wheelchair dancing workshop|
|Stopgap’s Stepping Stones||‘Skimble Skamble’ inclusive contemporary dance|
|Stopgap’s Guildford Youth Company||Inclusive contemporary dance workshop with Stopgap’s Guildford Youth Company|
|Big Dance Bus Company||Contemporary styles from the Dance Bus’s resident company
Followed by an open dance party for everyone!