Performance is Three Score Dance’s raison d’être. Under the direction of our Artistic Director, Jason Keenan-Smith, we have collaborated with inspirational choreographers to create new work around the older body and to develop our dance and performance capabilities.

Performances coming up

Three Score Dance, The Mill Arts Centre, Banbury, Thursday 15 October 2020 (details to be announced)

Past Performances

A New Beginning repertoire, Thurs 5 Nov 2019, Déda, Derby
A New Beginning repertoire, Thursday 31 Oct 2019, artsdepot, North Finchley
Aprés Moi, Ageless Dance Festival, Sat 26 October 2019, Yorkshire Dance, Leeds
Our City Dances, Sunday 30 June 3.15, Tarner Park, Brighton. Performance of Return followed by workshop
Host Festival, March 2019, DanceEast, Ipswich – Return (Jose Agudo)
Brighton Festival, May 2018 – The NELKEN Line, extract from ’NELKEN’ by Pina Bausch, a worldwide participatory video project 
Elixir Festival June 2017, Sadler’s Wells, London – Plans (James Finnemore)
Brighton Festival, May 2017 – Kusak (Ceyda Tanc)
Maquettes, January 2017, Sadler’s Wells – You Can’t Miss Me (Ben Duke)
Lifetime, October 2016, The Point, Eastleigh – You Can’t Miss Me (Ben Duke)
Steyning Festival, June 2016 – Plans (James Finnemore)
Brighton Festival, May 2016 – Tall Tales (Lea Anderson)
A Moveable Feast, September 2015, The Foundry Gallery, Lewes – Plans (James Finnemore)
Elixir Festival, September 2014, Sadler’s Wells, London – Apres Moi (Yael Flexer)
DanSCe Dialogues 2, May 2014, Hextable, Kent – You Can’t Miss Me (Ben Duke)
Brighton Festival, May 2014 – Plans (James Finnemore)
Brighton Dome Corn Exchange, April 2014 – Apres Moi (Yael Flexer)
Dance Active, December 2014, Hove Town Hall, Brighton & Hove – Together Alone (Jason Keenan-Smith)
Winter Festival, November 2014, Studio Theatre, Brighton Dome – Apres Moi (Yael Flexer) and Together Alone (Jason Keenan-Smith)
Art of Experience, February 2013, Centre for the Arts as Well-being, University of Winchester – You Can’t Miss Me (Ben Duke)
Brighton Dome Corn Exchange, December 2012 – Labour and Wait (Antonia Grove), You Can’t Miss Me (Ben Duke), Twice Upon A Time (Bettina Stickler)
Big Dance Brighton, July 2012, Brighton Dome Foyer – Twice Upon A Time (Bettina Stickler)

Film Screenings

BOLD Festival, Canberra 2019 – Kusak
Cinedans, Amsterdam 2018 – Kusak
Pina Bausch Foundation The NELKEN Line Video Project, 2018
Dance Film Festival UK, London 2015 – Plans and Three Score at the Station
Brighton Festival, 2014, Brighton University, Hofesh Shechter commissioned films


We have taken part in development workshops with the following companies:

Hofesh Shechter, Michael Clark, Rambert, Jose Agudo, Ballet Boyz, Richard Alston, Trinity Laban, Ceyda Tanc, Vincent Dance Company, Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo, Ann Dickie, Charlotte Jalley

Our latest Tweets

@ThreeScoreDance / Aug 27 2020
Three Score Dancers contemplating their next moves in Marisa Zanotti's @ace_national supported exciting new film Digital Tapestries. Watch this space for launch date soon.

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