General News

Summertime, and the living is…Two for C

Photo by Benedict Johnson
Artistic Co-Director Stine Nilsen shares her memories past and present of our outdoor performances and the new audiences and insights that working out in the open brings to our work….   The 13th June saw the beginning of Candoco Dance Company’s short …

Immersed in the Lagos way

Candoco is embarking on an exciting project with British Council Nigeria, aiming to support the development of a new work by a choreographer from Lagos. The inclusive work will be performed by local dancers later in the year in Lagos. …

On to Glasgow, The Show Must Go On

This week sees our last performances of The Show Must Go On at Tramway, Glasgow . Our Assistant Producer and Production Assistant on the show, Saphia Bishop, looks back on the last few months along with reflections from our guest cast …

International Summer Lab 2015 – Applications Open

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  We are delighted to present our 2015 International Summer Lab at Rambert Dance Company’s Studio in London this August. The Lab will run Monday 3 – Friday 7 August and applications are now open for disabled and non-disabled dancers. This year’s Lab will be …

The Show Must Go On, next stop- Glasgow!

The Show Must Go On, next stop- Glasgow!
‘Everybody will know most of the songs and they’ll be able to join in, sing along and be part of it in a way that is so… life affirming!’ Our guest cast member Betty Skelton from Saltcoats, Scotland talks about …

The Making Of Splintered Spiral – The Choreographer’s View

Cando2 & Trinity Laban Youth Company perform Shattered Sprial by Jamie Dryburgh. Photo by Ros Cheshire.
For the second time, Cando2 and Trinity Laban Youth Dance Company have collaborated to create a new work for performance. Choreographer, Trinity Laban Lecturer and ex Candoco dancer Jamie Dryburgh was commissioned to make a new work for the two youth …

In Dialogue Symposium at Tramway, Glasgow

Our 2014/15 In Dialogue programme culminates at Tramway as part of Dance International Glasgow 2015 (DIG), where we will specially curate a series of physical and verbal conversations and explorations with leading artists and innovators based in England and Scotland from the worlds of dance, disability and performance.

Audience Acclaim for The Show Must Go On

“The chemistry of the cast and the unerring wit and humanity of the direction are irresistible” ***** The Guardian On Friday 20 and Saturday 21 March we premiered our restaging of Jérôme Bel’s infamous ‘The Show Must Go On’ at Sadler’s Wells, London. …