Dance

We produce and promote an exciting programme of dance performance and participation events throughout the borough.

Delivered in partnership with a range of dance providers, we aim to increase opportunities for everyone to get dancing, and to inspire anyone wishing to further their experience of dance!

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Dance

Upcoming events

Memories Flow Through Me Like a Boat Flows Down the River film screening

Attend the first public screening of the film 'Memories Flow Through Me Like a Boat Flows Down the River' - a dance theatre performance celebrating the history of the Belgian refugees who lived and worked in East Twickenham during the First World War.

Join us to see the full version of the film and hear from historian Helen Baker and the creative team behind this extraordinary project as part of this year's Literature Festival.

  • Date: Sunday 29 October 2017
  • Time: 3pm
  • Location: Coach House, Orleans House Gallery, Riverside, Twickenham, TW1 3DJ
  • Price: Free but booking is essential

Book online

For more information, visit the Literature Festival website or call 020 8831 6494.

Previous events

Memories Flow Through Me Like A Boat Flows Down The River

The performance took place on Saturday 22 July 2017, bringing to life a remarkable piece of local history through a pop-up dance theatre performance.

Award-winning choreographer, Jennifer Irons, worked alongside students from Rambert School of Ballet and Contemporary Dance and Roehampton University, to create a unique celebration of the Belgian refugees who formed the 'Belgian Village on the Thames' during the First World War.

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RichDance

RichDance is our annual showcase of the borough’s choreographic talent, including performances from professional dance companies and a platform for emerging choreographers!

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Contact

The Arts Service at Orleans House Gallery
Riverside
Twickenham
TW1 3DJ

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Updated: 3 October 2017