Monday Night Improvisation

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Programmed by Independent Dance.

Open to all. Teacher changes weekly.


Monday Night Improvisation is an adult dance class open to all  – beginners and those with dance and movement experience. Running for 10 weeks each term, these popular classes offer opportunities to explore a wide array of approaches to improvisation, in an atmosphere where work and play co-exist and where watching and talking support your dancing.

Each week is led by a different teacher of renown who brings their own approach, influenced or inspired by forms including but not limited to Butoh, Contact Improvisation, Feldenkrais, Skinner Releasing Technique, Tango, Action Theatre, Eastern Bodywork Principles, Hip Hop, Amerta Movement, Yoruba, Alexander Technique, BodyMind Centering among others. No prior experience in these forms is necessary. 

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Timetable

Mondays
17 Jan – 21 Mar 2022
6.30 – 8.30pm

Spring 2022 Programme

All classes will take place at Siobhan Davies Studios

17 Jan | Kathy Crick
24 Jan | Thomas Kampe
31 Jan | Matthew Harding
7 Feb | Sophie Arstall
14 Feb | Bisola Bello
21 Feb | Jessica Lerner
28 Feb | Robert Anderson
7 Mar | Colleen Bartley
14 Mar | Adriana Pegorer
21 Mar | Alexandra Baybutt


Attending Class at SDS

Before attending class at Siobhan Davies Studios, we ask participants to read our COVID-19 page and familiarise themselves with the precautions we’ve put in place to ensure the safety of staff and all our users. 

It is important to note that:

  • We are open for pre-booked users only. We cannot currently accommodate walk-ups.
  • We recommend that users wear masks in the corridors and common areas of the studios.
  • We will continue to maintain a studio users tracking system. Your name and contact details will be kept for 21 days.
  • Class numbers are currently limited.

Do not attend class if you are experiencing any symptoms of Coronavirus. Check your symptoms with NHS 111 Online.