Hull UK City of Culture 2017
Thank you to our 197 local performers!
Premiering at International Dance Festival Birmingham 2010 to great acclaim, it was seen by nearly 20,000 people in 2012 on the high streets of the UK and Dublin.
The show gradually emerges over several days from what looks like random incidental 'happenings' on the streets, to a fully-fledged dance performance with live music, engaging with the location and passers-by.
(In)visible Dancing culminates in a thrilling Finale performance that brings together nearly 100 performers, including local dance groups. Passers-by who have learned the Finale routine during the previous days can return to join in with the show as it comes to a thrilling climax in front of an audience of several hundred people.
“Audiences don’t have to seek it out as it happens where they are. It really does have a fantastic impact on the city it is performed in.'
Katherine Woodvine, Kingston upon Thames Arts officer
Original concept by
Conceived and directed by
Devised and performed by
Scott Jennings, Thomas Goodwin, Chris Knight Yuyu Rau, Valentina Golfieri, Maria Fonseca
Vicky Manderson, Patsy Browne-Hope, Miranda Letten, Ronny Nardo, Fania Grigoriou, Rachele Rapisardi, Neus Gil Cortes, Khyle Eccles, Matthew Winston
Francesca Moseley, Grace Okereke, Iris Chan
An International Dance Festival Birmingham production
Usually over 7-10 days
20-30 mins each show, twice a day,
culminating in Finale event
Hull - UK City of Culture 2017
Bristol The Cascades
as part of Dance Village,
Bristol Harbour Festival
Canterbury The Parade
as part of bOing! Festival
Bath Southgate Street
Cardiff Queen Street
Canterbury The Parade
as part of Festival Oriente Occidente
Coventry City Centre
as part of the Cultural Olympiad
Southend-on-Sea High Street
Kingston-upon-Thames High Street
Doncaster Frenchgate Shopping Centre
Dublin Grafton Street
as part of the Dublin Dance Festival
as part of International Dance Festival Birmingham 2010
Kickstarter success 2017
We successfully reached our target of £2,000! A big thank you to all our supporters and the kind donations made towards this project.