Dancefest believes that everyone is a dancer. Big Dance Fortnight highlights and celebrates the work we do with people of all ages throughout the year.
We're particularly looking for people to help out at our Big Dance Picnic and Watch Out Worcester. If you'd like to help out please get in touch with Paul at firstname.lastname@example.org and he can tell you more.
Some of Dancefest's previous performances
Chance to Dance Company and Friends, performances by our Chance to Dance groups and invited guests Growing Older (Dis)Gracefully Dance, 18 March 2017
Vista, a 'dance walk' at National Trust Croome on 16 & 17 July 2016.
2-17 July 2016 was our Big Dance Fortnight. You can see photos of some of these events on our Facebook page.
The Magical Umbrella, a dance, film and live music project by disabled and non-disabled dancers and musicians on 22 & 23 March 2016.
Quiet Revolution, an outdoor performance about the quiet social revolution during WW1, when women were fighting the Great War on their own doorstep and discovered a new sense of purpose, unity and liberation.
12 Moves, a two and half year Dancing for the Games project that got Worcestershire Dancing in 2010-2012.
Nurture, at the site of the old Worcester Royal Infirmary.
Dear Heart, a site specific performance for the Commandery in Worcester.
Forbidden: A Tale of Love and War at Goodrich Castle in Herefordshire.
Ashes to Ashes at St Swithun's Church in Worcester.