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Roehampton dance students performed ‘Bridging Colours’, a dance piece choreographed by Korean contemporary choreographer, Yong Min Cho, at the Korean Cultural Centre.

Roehampton Academic, Dr Sara Houston, was invited to speak at the Wellcome Collection Event - Can You Kick It?  on Thursday, 29 November 2012 at the Medicine Now Gallery

The alumni special presents a range of fresh performative work from a group of Roehampton Dance and Drama graduates: Mariana Amorim, Evangelia Kolyra, Gillie Kleiman, Nikki Watson and Eva Percy.

Geraldine Morris’s new book on Frederick Ashton’s work will be available from 21st September from Dance Books. Frederick Ashton’s Ballets: Style, Performance, Choreography is a ground-breaking study of style in six ballets by Ashton. 
We are looking for 3 or 4 already made works to present at Dance Diary this Autumn season, November 7th 2012. This is an opportunity to showcase work from Roehampton Dance and/or Drama graduates to a wider community of current students and artists within the Roehampton Dance Network and beyond.
 Roehampton Dance hosts Youth Dance England U.Dance Residency.

blurred and the future of dance will mark the launch of the Roehampton Dance Network with a free evening of dance, film, food and chat Sunday 15th July 2012, 7.30pm. 

Using the latest in high-resolution graphics and iOS tablet technology, our new app essential Roehampton information in one easy-to-navigate package.

Suparna Banerjee, a PhD researcher at Roehampton, is invited by the College of Arts and Architecture, Pennsylvania State University, USA for a residency to work with Professor Michele Dunleavy. >>

Choreographed by Katja Vaghi in collaboration with Roehampton Dance Students, the 30-minute performance highlights the University’s campus as a haven.

Over the summer Roehampton Dance students will also be working with h2dance and presenting their work at SifDans.

Simon Ellis has been invited to perform at Canaldanse in Paris with dancers Marika Rizzi, Alvaro Morell, Marina Ligeron, Martha Rodezno, and musicians Dorothy Mortirano and Armand Beaudoin. The work – You Go I Follow – is an improvised dialogue between the musicians and dancers.
Roehampton Dance Festival  14 - 18 May builds on the success of last year’s inaugural festival with classes, workshops and performances open to everyone.
As part of Roehampton Dance Festival 2012 Roehampton's Centre for Dance Research presents an interdisciplinary dialogue between artists and scholars in 'Thumri Rasrang'.
Professor Brenda Dixon-Gottschild talks about her latest book at a Centre for Dance Seminar in the Convent Parlour 
"The program at Roehampton is well rounded with a unique variety of course work and a strong emphasis on writing. There are few other programs in the world that so greatly focus on detailed analysis of dance and its social impact..."
Dancer-choreographer Katja Nyqvist is showing her solo Underfoot as part of a double bill at the Blue Elephant Theatre in Camberwell between 10-19 May.  UNDERFOOT solo performance project is developed as part of Katja's practice-led research at Roehampton University.
People Show has performed all over the world in streets, fields, night clubs, telephone boxes, toilets, parks trains, glasshouses, and even in theatres. With over 20 performers from the University of Roehampton and ALRA, this festival is not to be missed. 
Recent Roehampton Graduate, Tom Bowes, in Transitions Dance company, to perform at Dance Diary on 26 April
Roehampton Dance choreography goes from strength to strength with no less than eight performances featuring Roehampton Dance students and alumni at this year’s Resolution!