We have a range of fantastic activities ahead for 2020 including:
Spring Tour 2020 – 6 Feet, 3 Shoes – March/April
Research for, “Awa Wi The Faeries“, at various dates throughout the year.
Premier of new work, “Hag on a Shroom” with the students at SSCD
Flamenco intensives in Perthshire
New commisson of work with DAZL
Training in Barga, Italy
Autumn Tour 2020 of 6 Feet, 3 Shoes.
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Join us as 6 Feet 3 Shoes, hits the road for our Spring Tour!. With accolades and standing ovations from capacity audiences, we are excited to be focusing on rural locations across Scotland and the North of England.
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Throughout the year: When not on tour, we are starting new research and development for our next production, Awa Wi The Faeries (for premier in 2021). Based on a new and original story combining human and faerie realm combinations, this mystical production is aimed at family audiences. We are excited to start working on the initial stages, gathering information and working with communities before getting into the studio to try our ideas.
APRIL/MAY: “Hag on a Shroom” – The Space, Dundee
We will be returning to work with the Scottish School of Contemporary Dance 2020 graduating students rehearsing/tech and presenting new work, “Hag on a Shroom”. With a cast of 25, this enchanting work follows a story about a Fae profecy surrounding the Spring Equinox. Performance dates tbc – between 12th and 15th May 2020.
JULY: FLAMENCO INTENSIVE – SCOTLAND (Provisional dates – 3-6 July)
With limited spaces, we are organising a Flamenco retreat in Scotland covering 4 days of workshops with Luisa Galan and Leti Cabezudo. Set in the beautiful countryside of Perthshire, not only is this an opportunity to surround yourself with nature, but to engage in your Flamenco passions without distraction. More info to follow.
SUMMER: DAZL (Dance Action Zone Leeds)
Celebrating their 20th anniversary, we have been commissioned by DAZL to create a new work with their members. Alongside other artists, DAZL will present a large scale celebration in Morley Town Hall late November.
The company dancers will join Hamish Moore and Tutors on an exciting week of professional development of traditional Scottish step dance, music, song and FUN! Looking to consistently improve our skills, we can’t wait to learn more from an incredible team.
SEPTEMBER – DECEMBER: AUTUMN UK TOUR
We are confirming dates and venues our Autumn tour with 15+ venues across Scotland (funded by Creative Scotland’s Touring Fund) and 10+ in England/Wales (supported by Arts Council England and the Rural Touring Dance Initiative.
Dates venues and information will follow.
Below you can watch our tour trailer of 6 Feet, 3 Shoes….
6 FEET, 3 SHOES SPRING TOUR - 18 MARCH 2020 - 25 APRIL 2020.Tickets >
Click on the Ticket link to see see dates and venues - Join us for performance and social evenings during our tour in Scotland, Lancashire, Cumbria and Northumberland
R&D Awa Wi The Faeries
We will be in a variety of residencies over the year in R&D for our new work, due to premier in 2021
Hag on a Shroom premier
May - We are looking forward to seeing this work in production and premier with students from Scottish School of Contemporary Dance between 12th and 15th May 2020
Flamenco Intensive - July
July - we will host our first ever Flamenco Intensive in Scotland (provisional dates - 3-6th July inclusive. Join us in a rural Perthshire location to fuel your Flamenco fire
New Commission with DAZA
In the summer we will work with Dance Action Zone Leeds to create a new choreography with their dancers for the DAZL 20th year anniversary celebration event in November.
Training in Barga
September is time to reconnect with our Barga friends for learning, inspiration, training and fun!
6 Feet, 3 Shoes Autumn UK tour 2020
September - December. We will be back on the road at various venues starting in Scotland and travelling down towards England and Wales.