We Dance, wee groove performing at Takeoff Festival October 2016

Posted by on Jul 12, 2016 in dance, events, Uncategorized | No Comments

Stillmotion is delighted to be performing We Dance, wee groove at the excellent Takeoff Festival in October 2016, in Darlington and Durham, with a fantastic programme of other work for young audiences. http://www.takeofffestival.org.uk/upcoming-events We have shows at the gala Theatre in Durham on 21st and 22nd October Fri 21st October 11:00 Fri 21st October 13:30 Sat […]

Artistes a Suivre residency May 2016

Brian was invited to be Artis in residency at the Artistes a Suivre visual arts festival in France in May 2016. The festival takes place in the south of France, in a valley in the Languedoc Region of France. During the festival Brian worked with a local school in Couiza, working with young people in […]

Tales of a Grandson Imaginate 2016

Posted by on Apr 20, 2016 in design, events, photography | No Comments

Set Design and Photography for Tales of a Grandson with Andy Cannon, Wendy Weatherby and Red Bridge Arts. Following the success of the show in 2014, the company revisited the work t make a smaller more pourable version and presented the show at Imaginate, performing at the Family Weekend in the Museum of Scotland and […]

Poggle and Tales of a Grandson at Imaginate 2016

Posted by on Apr 12, 2016 in dance, design, events, photography | No Comments

Toggle by Barrowland Ballet and Tales of  Grandson by Andy Cannon, are both being performed at Imaginate 2016 in May 2016 in Edinburgh. Brian took production stills for Poggle and designed the set and also took the photos for Tales of a Grandson, with shows feature on the festival publicity. http://www.imaginate.org.uk/festival/whats-on/

We Dance, wee groove workshops in Fife

Posted by on Feb 21, 2016 in dance, education, events | No Comments

Following the success of our recent tour to China we are presenting some workshops at a Family Fun Day at the Adam Smith Theatre in Kirkcaldy on Sunday 21st February. If you have family with children under 5 and enjoy dancing, coma along and join us between 2.00 and 4.00pm. This is a development of […]

We Dance, wee groove China tour 2016

Posted by on Feb 2, 2016 in dance, design, events, photography | No Comments

We are delighted to be presenting We Dance, wee groove in China at The A.S.K venue in downtown Shanghai, shows running from 14th – 31st january 2016, including a workshop programme in local schools, it will be an exciting start to the new year and to celebrate the Chinese New Year with families in China.

We Dance, wee groove autumn 2015 dates

Posted by on Oct 1, 2015 in dance, events | No Comments

We are delighted to be coming to Dance Live 2015 in Banchory on 20th October, performing at Woodend Barn at 11.00 and 15.00. This years marks the tenth anniversary of Dance Live and we are delighted to be part of an exciting Scottish and international programme. We performed at Woodend Barn a few years ago on a longer Scottish tour, and are excited […]

Imaginate Festival 2015 Coming Soon….

Posted by on Apr 21, 2015 in dance, education, events | No Comments

We dance, wee groove is part of the Imaginate Festival, plus a wealth of other wonderful work for young audiences. 11 – 17 May 2015 14 shows / 8 countries / 26 years / 1 festival – it can only be Imaginate 2015 The Imaginate Festival, Scotland’s international festival of performing arts for children and […]

We Dance, wee groove at Imaginate 2015

Posted by on Mar 20, 2015 in dance, design, events | No Comments

We Dance, wee groove returns to Scotland in 2015, and will be part of the Imaginate Festival in May in Edinburgh. Performances at Churchill Theatre Studio, 15th – 17th May 2015. 33 Morningside, Edinburgh, EH10 4DR Venue Information accessible toilets family-friendly bar/cafe induction loop lift access street level access wheelchair accessible Bus Routes: Lothian: 11, […]

Scotch Hoppers mentioned in 3,6 & 36 theatre review

Posted by on Sep 28, 2014 in dance, events, reviews | No Comments
Scotch Hoppers mentioned in 3,6 & 36 theatre review

Scotch Hoppers featured in Sarah Longfield’s 3,6 & 36 project with her son Benjamin being the “games captain” for the project, 3,6 & 36 was a wonderful project reflecting on the Games from the perspectives of the family. http://www.heraldscotland.com/arts-ents/stage/review-dance.25625334