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Nijinsky's Last Jump Kally Lloyd-Jones

Touring Spring 2016

"Lloyd-Jones does not sentimentalise her material, yet in this impeccably researched, beautifully performed piece, she conjures a world in which genius and insanity, youth and age speak to each and make...

SEXTOYS at Kinning Park Complex 3:30 tomorrow Ian Spink

we were banned from Hidden Door festival so we've relocated, to Glasgow. Come and see us at Kinning Park Complex tomorrow 3:30 pm (45 minutes)

free performance ART MEETS NOISE (next door to Kinning Park Subway)

with Bill...

ilYoung youth project ilDance

We have just completed the audition for our annual youth project ilYoung. In 2015 directors of ilDance Israel Aloni and Lee Brummer will be joined by indipendant choreographer Lotem Regev (Israel) who together with Brummer and...

Three Lines Performance Monica De Ioanni

M o v e m e n t d r a w i n g m u s i c p e r f o r m a n c e

Three Lines

Artists’ Residencies

Marc Brew
Sep 2015

skye reynolds
Sep 2015

Tom Pritchard
Aug 2015

What they say about us

“It is a resource to be treasured”


“This form of dedicated space builds confidence around the work, acknowledging that art is of importance and should be supported. This confidence and support in turn encourages artists to make advances in the their practice”

Anna Krzystek – RESIDENT DANCE ARTIST, 2009 & 2010

“The Work Room enabled me to work at my own pace and to work anonymously and quietly. I really appreciated the opportunity to work uninterrupted and without any outside interference”