BRAVE NEW DANCE

CREATED IN BIRMINGHAM

5 SOLDIERS

International tour 2019

5 SOLDIERS ON DEMAND

Commissioned by The Space

Premieres May 2019

COMMONWEALTH GAMES HANDOVER

Official handover from Gold Coast to Birmingham
15 April 2018

Thrilling and moving

Rosie Kay Dance Company creates brave new dance in Birmingham that tours to audiences at home and abroad. We thrill and move a diverse public with relevant, important, political and meaningful dance responding to contemporary society.

We engage participants from the hardest to reach parts of society and treat them as future professionals. We believe that watching or participating in dance has the power to transform hearts and minds.

Coming up

MK ULTRA
UK tour
Sep-Nov

Dance Personality of the Year: vote for Rosie

Rosie Kay has been shortlisted for One Dance’s 2018 ‘Dance Personality of the Year’, an award recognising the individual who has done the most to raise the profile of dance amongst the general public over the last 12 months. The award is decided by public vote so...

Rosie Kay Dance Company awarded Digital Bursary from Arts Connect

We have been chosen as one of the recipients of this year’s Digital Bursary awarded by Arts Connect! The bursary will enable us to explore the digital potential of MK ULTRA and how motion capture and digital mapping can stimulate young people’s engagement in...

International touring of hit show 5 SOLDIERS

After a host of five-star reviews in 2017, 5 SOLDIERS is travelling to San Francisco to feature in SF Performances’ 2018-19 Season. This will be Rosie Kay Dance Company’s San Francisco debut after sharing 5 SOLDIERS in New York earlier this year. The show will be...

MK ULTRA comes to Southbank Centre

Pop brain-washing experiment MK ULTRA is back and this time we’re pushing it a step higher into some of the UK’s biggest theatres and performing arts venues. The conspiracy-fuelled show, produced in collaboration with documentary film maker Adam Curtis, asks some of...

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