Indepen-dance: Gathered Together 2024 - Wednesday 4 September

Indepen-dance: Gathered Together 2024 - Wednesday 4 September
Date 4th Sep 2024 7.30pm - 9.00pm Price £20/ £15 Location Tramway View map Book tickets 0845 330 3501 0845 330 3501 Subject to transaction fee, £1.50 online, £1.75 by phone

Part of Gathered Together, a four-day festival of performance from some of the world’s leading inclusive dance organisations, presented by Indepen-dance. 

On Wednesday 4 September, the evening performance includes three new dance pieces from Indepen-dance along with two new pieces from Clydebank-based dance group Inspire, led by Wils McAslan.

Indepen-dance presents Flux and Flourish - a new work charting memorable moments from key choreographies by Indepen-dance.

Young 1’z presents Turn-Styles - a collaborative contemporary dance that draws inspiration from games and our relationship to the roles we play within them.

Evolve presents Moonlight - inspired by the music of Glenn Miller, the dancers created movements based on how the music made them feel.

Inspire will create two dance works for Gathered Together - Together! and Parade.
Everyone loves to get up and dance to party classics with all the well-known dance moves. From YMCA to 5,6,7,8 and Agadoo to The Macarena, Together! has been adapted to show these party classics in another light. Parade (working title) is a work-in-progress and explores themes of carnivals, parades and marches. 

ACCESS: All performances at Gathered Together are audio described and BSL Interpreted.

Audio Description/AD: Emma-Jane McHenry
BSL Interpreter: Yvonne Strain and others tbc
The sign language interpreter will stand on Stage Left. AD headsets will be supplied by our audio describer and can be picked up from the Indepen-dance desk situated in the foyer.

Indepen-dance is funded by Creative Scotland, The Trades House of Glasgow - Commonweal Fund and The William Grant Foundation. Gathered Together 2024 is supported in kind by Scottish Ballet and The Work Room. 

Photo: Gathered Together 2022, by Brian Hartley (Still Motion)