Dungannon

We have two classes based in Dungannon: Suteminis and Sutemos.

Suteminis

Youth Engagement Project

This is youth dance theatre for young people aged 7 – 11 years with weekly sessions every Wednesday evening.

  • Spring Term starts Wednesday 17th January 2024 
  • Sessions run from 6pm to 7pm every Wednesday
  • Meet at Dungannon Youth Resource Centre, 2 Savings Street, Dungannon BT70 1DT
  • £10 registration fee; £1 subs per session 
  • No experience is necessary and new members are welcome!
  • Led by dance artist Christine
  • The session will include learning different dance styles, creating your very own dances and working towards a performance. 

For more information, please email info@dudanceni.com

Suteminis was set up in May 2015 following the large-scale outdoor performance project, Heroes on the Hill.  The group has a focus on intercultural work and to date they have performed at several local events as well as being a part of Culture Night, Belfast in 2017. In 2020 they were part of the Little Stranger project at Ranfurly Arts Centre, Dungannon which was turned into a film for the EastSide Arts Festival in August 2021 and has been showcased at various festivals since. 



Sutemos

Youth Engagement Project

This is youth dance theatre for young people aged Y8 to 18 years with weekly sessions every Wednesday evening

  • Spring Term starts Wednesday 17th January 2024 
  • Sessions run from 7pm to 8:30pm every Wednesday 
  • It is a 10 week term with a break mid-term
  • Meet at Dungannon Youth Resource Centre, 2 Savings Street, Dungannon BT70 1DT
  • £10 registration fee; £1 subs per session 
  • No experience is necessary and new members are welcome!
  • Led by dance artist Christine
  • The session will include learning different dance styles, creating your very own dances and working towards a performance. 

For more information or to register your place, please email info@dudanceni.com

Sutemos involves young people between the ages of 12 – 18 years from many different countries and cultural backgrounds in intercultural dance work.  The group of approximately 12 young people has taken part in national and international dance festivals, won awards for its community work and performed live for the Northern Ireland Assembly at Stormont and on television for the BBC.

Performances have included: Belfast Maritime Weekender (2021), Cookstown Carnvial (2019), Dungannon Culture Night (2019), Arts for Health Gala, Cookstown (2019), Trapped (2017), An Tura (2016), Hidden (2015), Illusion (2014), Distant Echoes (2014), Severance (2013), Outer Edge (2013), Lost Honesty (2012), Abysm of Time (2011), I Have Something to Say (2011).

We would like to thank Dungannon Youth Resource Centre and Mid Ulster Council for their continued support.