Y Dance Scotland will celebrate the best of youth dance from across the Commonwealth, taking place from 10 to 12 July 2014 bringing 30 groups from Australia, Canada, England, India, Malta, Namibia, New Zealand, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales together – up to 400 young people and 30 youth dance leaders.
Come See – 30 of the best youth dance groups from across the Commonwealth will perform over 3 nights in the beautiful surroundings of Tramway in Glasgow
Come Dance – a jam-packed 3 day workshop programme of sessions in different styles, contemporary technique classes led by world renowned teachers and choreographic workshops led by companies like Marc Brew Company and Retina Dance
Come Learn – it’s not just about the young people there will also be number of events especially for dance leaders aimed at joining up dance across the Commonwealth and looking at how we can move forward from the CYDF
APPLICATIONS NOW OPEN
Y Dance Scotland is looking for youth dance groups from across the UK to come to Scotland and take part in the performance and workshop programmes – Come See and Come Dance. So if you work with young people aged between 12 and 21, have an existing dance piece or would be interested in specifically creating one to perform at the Festival and are free to travel to Scotland for 10 to 12 July 2014 then get in touch.
Guideline information & application forms are available on the YDance website at www.ydance.org
Applications are now open and the deadline is Monday 9 December 2013.
If you need more specific details please call YDance on 0141 552 7712.
DU Dance are proposing to hold a Youth Dance Platform, for Northern Ireland, on the 11 & 12 April 2014, in Belfast.
This would provide an opportunity for YDance to assess any applications made from groups in Northern Ireland, but this event itself is non-competitive showcase and any youth dance groups in Northern Ireland are welcome to attend. If you require any further information about the showcase in Belfast please get in touch with DU Dance.