We are now busy working on our next project The Brogan Davison Show Extravaganza! which will premiere later this year. More to come!
It's been a long time coming.
We are ready for our final show of the Dansnät Sverige tour at the Palladium tonight!
Today we celebrate five years since we performed our first show of Dance for me. Tomorrow we come to perform in the city of Sandviken!
We will be visiting the following towns through the Dansnät Sverige touring network later this year!
20th of April - Stockholm, Dansens Hus
21st of April - Stockholm, Dansens Hus
23rd of April - Umeå, NorrlandsOperan
24th of April - Umeå, NorrlandsOperan
26th of April - Sandviken, Kulturcentrum
28th of April - Malmö, Dansstationen
For more infomation follow this link!
The Brogan Davison Show takes place daily in houses in Reykjavík between the 15th-19th of November. The shows have already sold out for the festival but if you are interested in becoming a future host please contact firstname.lastname@example.org !
We would like to thank to our wonderful hosts Brynja and Hjörtur, Nína and Guðmundur!
We will be launching our Open Call for Everybody’s Spectacular Festival soon!
As part of Reykjavík Dance Festival August edition we will be doing a residency and visiting houses with The Brogan Davison Show!
First time in Switzerland!
We are looking for artists to join us!
Half a House is a five day cohabitation project initiated by Dance For Me alongside artists Sonia Gómez (ES), Leonardo Delogu (IT) and Gosie Vervloessem (BE). Half a House is as part of the European project N.O.W. New Open Working process for the performing arts and takes place in Florence from 10 to 14 May 2017 as part of the Fabbrica Europa Festival.
The application deadline is Thursday, March 30, 2017Read More
Had an amazing week at the Tyrone Guthrie Centre in Ireland alongside a group of fantastic theatre nerds!
We just finished touring the schools as part of the program for young people at Reykjavík Dance Festival!
We are performing Dance for me tomorrow at Dansefestival Barents in Hammerfest, the most northern town in the world.