Making Waves

Making Waves is the new name for our performance company for experienced dancers aged 50 and over, who like to create new work and perform, often in site-specific, outdoor spaces.

The company collaborates with other groups and works with a variety of choreographers. Sessions are creative, playful, sometimes challenging and always inclusive.

The company's dancers say they feel great joy in the work they do - and enriched, empowered, uplifted and inspired.

Making Waves is a safe, supportive, creative group, and new dancers are always welcome.

This term they're working with Enid Gill on creating an outdoor performance for Leominster Festival.

2 dancers in an outdoor performance.

What current Making Waves dancers say:

  • “Being inclusive is what touches me the most”
  • “It’s a joy to share the work we’ve created with an audience, often outside in unexpected places” 
  • “I love creating performances for very different spaces and places, from stately homes to local streets and festivals”  
  • “Being with the company, creating and performing, are special moments in our busy lives”
Outdoor dance performance with dancers in black and white sittingon chairs

Performances

Making Waves regularly create and  perform new work, often outdoors and for unusual spaces. This performance was made for Worcester Show.

Dancers in white in an outdoor performance

Collaborations

The company collaborates with other dancers, most recently being part of AURA at Light Night Worcester.

A dance rehearsal

Workshops

There are regular sessions each term, usually on Sundays, with frequent guest choreographers.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Join us

Get in touch if you'd like to join Making Waves. We’re flexible with ages, these are just a guide, so if you’d like to join and you’re not within these ages, get in touch. 

Arts Council England Worcester Municipal Charities Eveson Charitable Trust People Dancing Professional Member Arts Award Supporter

Dancefest is an Arts Council England National Portfolio Organisation and also gratefully receives funding from Worcester Municipal Charities, The Eveson Trust, Dumbreck Charity, Albright Grimley Charity, and WA Cadbury Charitable Trust.