Still debating whether to send in that application to Callum?
Here are our top 5 reasons why we think that YOU should apply to perform in Juncture 2016:
1. Work alongside wicked female artists
You will be performing in works which Gillie Kleiman – curator of this year’s festival – describes as, “f***ing cool, bold and uncompromising, by wicked women artists.”
Need we say more?
2. Not your average performance
This is the first UK festival dedicated to the very best of contemporary dance practice made with non-professional collaborators.
You get to be part of something unique; a temporary community of people who wouldn’t usually do this kind of thing.
3. It’s good for you
These works may not be hard core, pulse raising dance classes but the butterflies alone from dancing in a public space is sure to get your heart pumping.
4. Build confidence
We know from countless experience that making things as part of a group is wonderful for your self esteem and for a sense of your own creativity. If you’re still on the fence, we are running taster sessions for Nicola Conibere and Lucy Suggate‘s work.
Come along and give it a go – no dance experience required – you might just surprise yourself.
…and if you don’t, our Antony will tell you a joke.