Dance For Me is the Reykjavík based award-winning collaboration of British performance maker and choreographer Brogan Davison and the Icelandic maker and director Pétur Ármannsson. Located within the field of biographical performance, their work explores the relationship of a lived life and it’s representation, exploring questions that arise from the act of staging a ‘self’ through their trademark vulnerable and off-key approach to performance making.

Their first project Dance for me (2013) propelled them into the international performance scene and they have since made Petra (2014), Stripp (2016) and The Brogan Davison Show (2017), which have been presented in Dance and Theatre contexts worldwide, including: Iceland, Germany, Norway, Denmark, the UK, the Netherlands, Finland, Italy, Sweden, Switzerland and Canada in venues including Lókal International Performance Festival, Reykjavík Dance Festival (Iceland), Mousonturm (Germany), BIT Teatergarasjen (Norway) and Bora Bora, (Denmark).

Dance For Me are associate artists of Lókal Performance Festival in Reykjavík and part of the N.O.W. network, a European research and development project for the performing arts.


…it’s important, it’s funny and it’s captivating, hard to ask for more.
— Review on Dance for me, Víðsjá - National Radio 1 - Iceland
…In their willingness to explore aspects of their real lives and relationships on stage, to poke fun at themselves and dissect the mechanism of storytelling, Pétur and Brogan continue to bring something fresh to the local performance landscape
— Review on Petra, The Reykjavík Grapevine - Iceland
“You left me with the feeling, that I need to tell everybody to see this show before they die.”
— Review on The Brogan Davison Show - Sigrún Halla Unnarsdóttir - Host and Kundalini yoga teacher

Dance For Me have presented at the following venues: 
Arctic Arts Festival, Hardstad, Norway.
Fjarðaborg, Borgarfjörður Eystri, Reykjavík, Iceland.
Everybody’s Spectacular Festival, Reykjavík, Iceland.
The home of Una Björk Jónsdóttir and Fríða Sóley Hjartardótti, Reykjavík, Iceland.
The home of Ívar Pétur Kjartansson and Sigrún Halla Unnarsdóttir, Reykjavík, Iceland.
The home of Ragnheiður Steindórs, Reykjavík, Iceland.
The home of Þóra Björk Schram, Reykjavík, Iceland.
The home of Alexander Roberts and Ásgerdur G. Gunnarsdottir, Reykjavík, Iceland.
The home of Clara García Fraile and Biljana Radinoska Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
Dansstationen, Malmö, Sweden (Dansnät Sverige)
Kulturcentrum Sandviken, Sandviken, Sweden (Dansnät Sverige)
Norrlands Operan, Umeå, Sweden (Dansnät Sverige)
Dansens Hus, Stockholm, Sweden (Dansnät Sverige)
The home of Nína Hjálmarsdóttir, Reykjavík, Iceland.
The home of Guðmundur Kárason, Reykjavík, Iceland.
The home of Hjörtur Jóhann Jónsson, Reykjavík, Iceland.
The home of Chiara Organtini, Terni, Italy.
The home of Gosie Vervloessem, Florence, Italy.
Fabrica Europa, Italy.
The home of Meiko Yamamoto, Ireland.
Tampere Theatre Festival, Finland.
TanZeit ZeiTanZ, Chur, Switzerland
List fyrir alla - Reykjavík Dance Festival, Iceland. 
Dansfestival Barents, Hammerfest, Norway.
BIT Teatregarasjen, Bergen, Norway.
Tjarnarbíó, Reykjavík, Iceland.
Multiplié Dansefestival, Trondheim, Norway.
Dansehallerne, Copenhagen, Denmark.
Baltoppen LIVE, Ballerup, Denmark.
Theatre Momentum, Odense, Denmark.
Bora Bora, Aarhus, Denmark.
Team Teatret, Hernig, Denmark.
Teater Nordkraft, Aalborg, Denmark.
All Tomorrows Dances Festival, Mousonturm, Frankfurt, Germany.
The Freezer Theatre, Riff, Iceland.
Brighton Fringe Festival, Brighton, UK.
Nuna (now) Festival, Winnipeg, Canada.
Lókal Performance Festival, Reykjavík, Iceland.
Valaskjálf, Egilsstaðir, Iceland.
Leikfélag Akureyrar, Akureyri, Iceland.
Sláturhúsið, Egilsstaðir, Iceland. 
Berg Culture House, Dalvík, Iceland.
Tjarnarborg Culture House, Ólafsfjörður, Iceland.
Hof Culture House, Akureyri, Iceland.
Grunnskólinn, Stöðvarfirði, Iceland.
Félagslundur, Reyðarfjörður, Iceland.
Mikligarður, Vopnafjörður, Iceland.
Herðubreið, Seyðisfjörður, Iceland.
Mengi, Reykjavík, Iceland.