Protein connects people and everyday life through dance
We are looking for one female and one male dancer for the Italian adaptation of this well loved show, which is currently on rural tour. Performers must have professional experience with an excellent level of contemporary and classical technique, contact work and the ability to act and sing.
Performances will be from Tuesday 18 - Saturday 28 September 2018 in Ancona, Italy.
May Contain Food
May Contain Food, May Contain You is touring until Friday 30 March.
Turning local parish halls and community centres into a restaurant with a twist, you are invited to bring your own food (something you have grown, made or bought) and sit and decorated tables while your charming hosts, Sonya and Matt, serve you a playful mix of dance, song and humour.
Border Tales tour announced!
Missed us last year? Our acclaimed show returns this spring!
Following a phenomenal run at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2017 to sold-out audiences, Border Tales makes a return due to popular demand. This colourful commentary on multicultural Britain shown through dance, live music and dialogue compiled from the performers’ personal experiences, Border Tales looks at post-Brexit Britain seen through the eyes of its international cast.
★★★★★ "Funny, thought-provoking and consistently entertaining, Border Tales celebrates our differences, acknowledges our sameness and does more to repair the rifts than politics ever could." The Scotsman
Protein - who we are
Seeing the world differently through dance
Protein is one of the most distinctive voices in British dance theatre. With our own way of blending choreography, text, humour and music, Protein challenges what dance can be and most importantly, what it can do to others.
Protein believes in bringing people closer, inviting them to connect with what’s happening on stage and breaking the boundaries between watching and participating.
Protein is a company who is passionate about bringing dance to those who have no access to the theatre, and this is why we not only perform in traditional venues and festivals, but in village halls, care homes and your local high street!