SHEFFIELD DANCE CULTURE – JUNE 2019 NEWSLETTER
CHANCE TO DANCE NEWS
CHANCE TO DANCE 2019
Saturday 29th June 2019
Only a few days to go until the festival is underway! Come and join the fun! Look out for leaflets out and about in Sheffield or see full programme on the website http://www.chancetodance.org
HIGH HOPES – OPENING CEREMONY
Saturday 29th June 2019, 11:00am, Peace Gardens
Chance To Dance are very excited to have Sheffield’s first Youth Circus Group performing at the Opening Ceremony of the festival.
Greentop Circus presents TROUPE. 15 talented young circus performers delight and astound by sharing their High Hopes and feelings on climate action using their circus skills to the face the future.
want to be part of a great team and help the Chance To Dance festival? It’s not too late to volunteer at the festival. If interested, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
CTD MEMBERS NEWS
SHEFFIELD CITY MORRIS
On June 25th Sheffield City Morris and Celebration Clog will be the entertainment on The Folk Train (departs Sheffield at 19.14 for Edale) and then at the Ramblers Inn in Edale.
On Sunday June 30th Sheffield City Morris and Pecsaetan Morris will be dancing with Belles and Broomsticks, a Morris team from Guernsey. We’ll be in the town centre for most of the day.
Full details of Sheffield City Morris programme can be found at www.scmm.co.uk
UNDER THE STARS
Thursdays, 10am – 12pm
Centre in the Park, Guildford Avenue, Norfolk Park, Sheffield
We are fully inclusive offering dance sessions for adults with learning disabilities and autism. This is a fun, upbeat and lively session that focuses attention on physical wellbeing, co-ordination and teamwork. We love to perform and work hard creating performance pieces to show at dance exhibitions throughout Sheffield. For more information please contact Julie Thorpe: 07437 97 5462 / 0114 233 1869.
DANCE TO HEALTH
Dance to Health is a pioneering falls-prevention dance programme for older people. In Sheffield we run weekly sessions at St Augustine’s Church, Stocksbridge Community Leisure Centre and Firvale Community Hub. 97% of Dance to Health participants would recommend the programme to people who have fallen or at risk of falling. Our groups are social too, with time at the end of each session for refreshments and a catch up plus groups organise outings and get togethers. We are also looking for volunteers to help run classes and manage groups. To find out more visit www.dancetohealth.org or email email@example.com to find out how to join a class.
OTHER NEWS / OPPORTUNITIES EVENTS
SLATE COMMISION 2019
Deadline: Fri 14 Jun, 5pm
There are four commissions available in this final round of commissioning. We welcome applications from Black* artists based in the North** of England, working across any art form (including, but not limited to, visual arts, theatre, dance, circus, music, literature and film).
Sunday 29th September 2019: 1-9 p.m.
Hagglers Corner, 586 Queens Road, Sheffield S2 4DU
Performance slots at our fifth annual Diversity Fest
For more info please have a look at the website at:
Contact Trevor Tomlin firstname.lastname@example.org
Thursday 27th June, Hallam Restaurant, Sheffield Hallam University
WOMEN IN ENGINEERING SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY – WEST would like to invite you to a great fundraising evening of an Indian Feast and Dance extravaganza at Sheffield Hallam University on Thursday June 27th in the Hallam Restaurant . This is to raise funds for this years WEST Bursaries which are given to 20 young women each year to encourage them to continue their studies in engineering and non traditional trades! The evening promises to be great with the best of Sheffield’s dancers and a fantastic Indian Feast that is being made possible by the Sheffield Hallam Catering team being served before our dancers entertain us .
Tickets can be bought at https://www.wegottickets.com/event/471110
MIGRATION MATTERS FESTIVAL
14th June – 23rd June 2019
Migration Matters Festival is the largest refugee week festival in the UK. It is pay what you feel theatre and arts festival that celebrates the positive impact migration & refugees have had on Sheffield and The UK. 2019 will be the fourth edition of the Festival having hosted three highly successful festivals, inspiring and entertaining thousands of audience members.
PERFORMANCE SKILLS WORKSHOP (LABAN)
Join us as we explore the techniques of Rudolf Laban on using the body and movement to build characters. Learn the relationship between movement and character and how we can create visually engaging performance. Ideal for:
Actors . Directors . Dancers . Performers . Creatives
LET’S RIDE SHEFFIELD
Sunday 14th July 2019
Let’s Ride Sheffield are looking more than ever to reflect the local communities, bands, dance groups, activity providers, sports teams, businesses and culture to make the event unmistakeably Sheffield.
Please contact: Jonathan Powell JonathanPowell@britishcycling.org.uk
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SHEFFIELD CREATIVE GUILD
Launched in 2016 to enhance the visibility, resilience and sustainability of the region’s creative communities, Sheffield Creative Guild is a membership cooperative for any individual, business or organisation working in the creative sector.
Find out more: http://www.sheffieldcreativeguild.com