Workshops in Autumn

Movements of Care workshop
1-3pm, Saturday 22nd September
The Wardrobe Theatre, Bristol

No dance experience necessary but a will to move is welcome! Suitable for anyone 18yrs+ with a personal or professional interest in care.

There are limited spaces so please book your place by contacting Katherine directly:

This event is part of Interval Collective’s micro-fest on 21-22nd September. Click here to see full line-up!

A workshop exploring ways that care arises within gesture and movement.

In this workshop Katherine will expand upon the thinking within her book ‘Movements of Care’, guiding the group through simple movement and improvisation exercises to explore how we care in movement. Holding a space to explore questions like ‘what can performing care look like?’ and ‘how do we give, take, disperse attention?’.

Carers Movement Workshop
10-1pm, Tuesday 9th October
IC4C, Nottingham
FREE including lunch at 1pm

Katherine would like to invite carers, aged 16 years and above, to attend a free workshop exploring ideas around her performance work You Sit There. The session will include time to share stories about care in a supportive environment and explore ideas through simple movement and conversations.

A soup & salad lunch will be provided or you are welcome to bring your own lunch.

Pro Class! (£5)
6-8pm, Monday 8th October
IC4C, Nottingham

A release-based class exploring gesture through relational and sculptural movement. We will dance as listening, tuning in to places of initiation, desire and care amongst our individualities and togetherness.

The class will involve a mix of solo and ensemble structured improvisation and set material with plenty of space to play and dance as we are. Suitable for dance professionals, recent graduates and those in training.

More info coming soon!

Workshop with 16-18yrs with experience of caring for a family member
In association with Bristol Young Carers
(dates/times tbc.)
Creative Youth Network, Bristol 

Katherine’s workshop was inventive, though-provoking and really well-led. It was amazing to be able to explore the subject and work of care in such a safe space, with such a brilliant and competent facilitator. I’d highly recommend her workshops to anyone interested in movement, feeling, and emotional labour – whether they were experienced dancers, or not.‘
- workshop participant.


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