DUST SHOWING- November 24th 6PM

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DUST is a new collaboration created by Dancenorth's Artistic Director Kyle Page and Associate Artistic Director Amber Haines, featuring live violin by Canada's Jessica Moss (Three Silver MT Zion and Godspeed You Black Emperpor) and an architecturally designed set by award winning Liminal Studio.

Dust is an investigation into the architecture of passive personal, social, cultural and political inheritance. 

Join us for this exclusive opportunity to see our new work in development. 

FRIDAY 24TH NOVEMBER - 6PM

DANCENORTH  - 188-210 STANLEY STREET, TOWNSVILLE

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DANCENORTH PRESENTS INTERNATIONAL DAY FOR PEOPLE WITH DISABILITY - FRIDAY 1ST DECEMBER

 
 
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Dancenorth presents "International Day for People with Disability" celebrating the diversity within our community, with focus on dance as a strong connection to enriching and enhancing lives. 

Supporting opportunities to merge community and embrace the theme: leave no-one behind. 

This is a FREE event showcasing performances from guest artist Chris Dyke, local organisations Kith and Kin, Coothringa and TCLC.

FRIDAY 1ST DECEMBER - 4PM - 6PM

DANCENORTH  - 188-210 STANLEY STREET, TOWNSVILLE


DANCE TROPICS DANCE

Dance Tropic Dance was an incredible collaboration between Dancenorth, 1 RAR Band and Otto's Fresh Food Market which brought a unique dance, music and food experience to Jezzine Barracks in Townsville. Featuring MC Ian Zaro and a cracking showcase of local dancers from Wulgurukaba Walkabout Dancers, Movimiento, Lindyhop Swing group, Dancenorth Company and crews from Dancenorth’s Public Program “Open Class” Hip hop crew, 80’s Jazz crew and the gorgeous Forever Young over 50s dance group making their debut performances. The night was full of glitter and party tunes by 1RAR's kickin’ band, plus included a huge dance floor, delicious eats and licensed courtyard under the stars by Otto’s, a flash mob and social dance lessons. This beautiful fundraising event was the first of in series of three funded by Townsville City Council, aimed at developing the profile of Dancenoth Community local events.


Dance, Tropics, Dance! was a truly, genuine, joyful celebration of Townsville’s dancing community! Across ages and experience, the event created a space for all to dance their hearts out on their terms. And what a brilliant, honest reflection of Townsville’s people; hosted by indigenous powerhouse, Ian Zaro, accompanied by the dynamic 1RAR Army Band and witnessed by families, hipsters, new and devoted dance lovers; long live Dance, Tropics, Dance!
— Bec Reid