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Three Lines Performance Monica De Ioanni

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Three Lines

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The Hazey Janes - If Ever There Is Gladness Daniel Warren

From The Vinyl District's Storefront (http://tinyurl.com/nfxm2pb)...

Filmed in the city of Dundee, the band's hometown, the video sees them collaborate with up-and-coming director Daniel Warren ("Whatever Gets You Through...

Bacon Roll Corinne Jola

I am looking for dancers and/or performers for my next research-performance project starting on the 31st of March at TWR! Please contact me if you are free for 1 to 2 weeks. Potential future collaboration with performance...

Mercury at British Dance Edition 2014 Daniel Warren

A hand-picked assortment of British Dance films is available for delegates at British Dance Edition 2014 to view on an exclusive Vimeo channel from 30 January until 31 March 2014.

The Programming team felt the eight films...

Artists’ Residencies

What they say about us

“It is a resource to be treasured”

Diane Torr – MEMBER & DANCE ARTIST

“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”

JANICE PARKER – RESIDENT DANCE ARTIST, 2009 & 2010