The Place

The Place
17 Duke's Road, London, WC1H 9PY
  • Telephone 020 7121 1100
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  • Website www.theplace.org.uk

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There are 24 events at this location

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Ballet: Workshop

Dance class.

Tue 26 May

£110 (£95) / 020 7121 1100

Wed 27 May

£110 (£95) / 020 7121 1100

Thu 28 May

£110 (£95) / 020 7121 1100

Battersea Arts Centre

Hannah Sulllivan presents Echo Beach and Nic Green presents Fatherland.

Tue 2 Jun

£15 (£12) / 020 7121 1100

Battersea Arts Centre

Sean Mahoney presents Until You Hear That Bell and Nic Green presents Fatherland.

Wed 3 Jun

£15 (£12) / 020 7121 1100

Battersea Arts Centre

Tony Adigun and Inua Ellams perform Scratch Performance and Ian Johnston and Gary Gardiner present Dancer, created with the late Adrian Howells.

Fri 5 Jun

£12 (£9) / 020 7121 1100

The Cohan Lecture

The founding father of British contemporary dance, Robert Cohan CBE considers the question, what matters? aided by like-minded creative-thinker and Place Patron Sir Ken Robinson.

Thu 11 Jun

£5 / 020 7121 1100

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Company Non Nova: L'Apres-Midi D'un Foehn - Version 1

Watch in wonder as ordinary plastic bags are magically brought to life by a brooding and mysterious ballet master. It's an enchanting experience of true wonder guaranteed to charm the young and the young-at-heart.

Contemporary: Workshop

Hone your dance skills.

Tue 26 May

£110 (£95) / 020 7121 1100

Wed 27 May

£110 (£95) / 020 7121 1100

Thu 28 May

£110 (£95) / 020 7121 1100

Dancing the Diaspora: The Umfundalai Technique of Contemporary African

C Kemal Nance teaches a Umfundalai technique of contemporary African dance workshop followed by a lecture and Q&A.

Hannah Sullivan Echo Beach / Nic Green Fatherland

Do you have a signature dance move? Echo Beach takes us through a collection of casual dancing..Combining humour, live music and emotion, Nic tells the story of exploring Scotland as her homeland in the absence of a father figure.

Tue 2 Jun

£15 (£12) / 020 7121 1100

Intoto Dance 2015

The London Studio Centre's contemporary performance group presents works by up-and-coming choreographers Jose Agudo and John Ross.

Tue 16 Jun

£12 (£7) / 020 7121 1100

Wed 17 Jun

£12 (£7) / 020 7121 1100

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Just Us Dance Theatre

Just Us Dance Theatre presents an evening of hip-hop, contemporary dance, spoken word and DJing bringing some of the UK's freshest talent to The Place.

Fri 19 Jun

£15 (£12) / 020 7121 1100

Sat 20 Jun

£15 (£12) / 020 7121 1100

PanicLab: RIOT

Dance theatre show based on the idea of superheroes. Ages 12+.

Wed 27 May

£15 (£12; Children £12) / 020 7121 1100

Professional Class

A dance class with choreographer and dancer, Katie.

Tue 26 May

£4 / 020 7121 1100

Wed 27 May

£4 / 020 7121 1100

Thu 28 May

£4 / 020 7121 1100

…and 6 more dates until 5 Jun

Radhouane El Meddeb - When The Arabs Used To Dance

A contemporary performance by the Tunisian choreographer, inspired by the heyday of popular Arab cinema in the 1960s and 70s.

Wed 15 Jul

£15 (£12) / 020 7121 1100

Richard Alston Dance Company: Alston At Home

An exciting programme of work which involves young emerging choreographers.

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Sarah Millican: Outsider

You'll know her face from talking about cake and cats on the telly, so here's another chance to see the Millican phenomenon in full flight live on stage. It was Sarah Millican's Not Nice that brought the Geordie lass to the public's attention, after her show won if.comedy's Best Newcomer at the 2008 Edinburgh Festival.

Sun 1 Nov

£25 / 020 7121 1100

Scratch Performance By Tony Adigun And Inua Ellams / Dancer By Ian Johnston, Gary Gardiner And Adrian Howells

Inua Ellams and Tony Adigun team up to explore the power of performance to entertain and provoke. Dancer is a performance created by Ian Johnston, Gary Gardiner and the late Adrian Howells. It's a gentle provocation on what it is to be a 'dancer'.

Sean Mahoney / Nic Green

Sean Mahoney, ex-boxer turned comedian, theatre artist and poet swings and skips to the beat of a boxing match. Combining humour, live music and emotion, Nic tells the story of exploring Scotland as her homeland in the absence of a father figure.

Wed 3 Jun

£15 (£12) / 020 7121 1100

Streetwise Opera Tete A Tete: People Watch

Created by director Bill Bankes-Jones and composer Stef Conner with the London Streetwise Opera performers, this darkly humorous and tender work cuts through all the noise in our lives to get to what really matters; the hope that springs from our connection to the people around us.

Tue 21 Jul

£9.50; £7.50 adv; £5 early bird / 020 7121 1100

Summer Dance Courses

This summer our courses feature: Michael Clark Company, Phoenix Dance Theatre, and Richard Alston Dance Company. Our Summer Dance Courses are completely flexible, taught by renowned international dance artists and companies.

Mon 3 Aug

£65–£85 / 020 7121 1100

Tue 4 Aug

£65–£85 / 020 7121 1100

Wed 5 Aug

£65–£85 / 020 7121 1100

…and 12 more dates until 21 Aug

Tete A Tete: Life Stories

Radius presents a double bill: two new one-act operas by Tim Benjamin, based on dark and gripping short stories by Anton Chekhov and Anthony Peter, and featuring the sensational voices of Taylor Wilson and James Fisher, produced by Radius.

Tue 21 Jul

£9.50; £7.50 adv; £5 early bird / 020 7121 1100

Wed 22 Jul

£9.50; £7.50 adv; £5 early bird / 020 7121 1100

Tete a Tete: Sacred Mountain

Sacred Mountain is a mesmerising psychological narrative based on the life of Jamaica's Boudicca, Queen Nanny of the Maroons. Who was the woman behind the warrior?

Tue 21 Jul

£9.50; £7.50 adv; £5 early bird / 020 7121 1100

Wed 22 Jul

£9.50; £7.50 adv; £5 early bird / 020 7121 1100

Wed 22 Jul

£5–£9.50 / 020 7121 1100

Tete A Tete: Song Queen: A Pidgin Opera

The ethereal Menemeh tribe maintain peace on Earth through their enchanting songs. As the envious world of the stars tempt the Menemeh, Earth's peace lies in the balance.

Wed 22 Jul

£9.50; £7.50 adv; £5 early bird / 020 7121 1100

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