Founded in 2007, Cambridge Contemporary Dance was one of the first professional dance companies in Cambridge and was established to provide a platform for launching new choreographers, dancers and quality work both in Cambridge and further afield. In January 2014, the company was passed on to a new board of directors who have been working on the development of the company and seeking a new direction.

We also provide open Ballet and Contemporary classes for non-members. Our timetable is available to view here.

Be sure to join our mailing list by emailing cambridgecontemporarydance@gmail.com


Cambridge Contemporary Dance have a great opportunity for you!

It is a rare occurrence that amazing Dance Artists visit Cambridge. But we have exciting news!

Igor Urzelai and Moreno Solinas, Professional Dancers/ Choreographers are here with Aoife

McAtamney,  rehearsing and creating at The Junction over Easter; and we have managed to secure 2 hours of their time to give us a workshop exploring the ideas for their newest work ‘A Room for All Our Tomorrows’

The workshop will be held at The Junction, Tuesday 7th April, 6.30-8.30pm for just £10

This will be a two hour workshop where you are ‘invited to step into the creative process of their new creation. The workshop will focus on ideas of harmony, loops and tuning, exploring them both through movement and voice’.

This is an one-off opportunity that is absolutely not to be missed by anyone interested in Contemporary Dance or Physical Theatre.

If you would like to attend please email us at cambridgecontemporarydance@gmail.com to book your place. We will take bookings right up until Tuesday 7th due to the late notice for this event, so it’s never to late!

Payments will be accepted in cash on the day.

Visit igorandmoreno.com  to have a look at their fab website.

Can’t wait to see lots of you there!

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