Impermanence meets audiences and engages with communities by producing, presenting, developing and touring dance. Using interchangeable leadership and collaboration to reframe, abstract and explore ideas inspired by historical research so that we might better understand the political, social and emotional human condition.
Based in Bristol, Impermanence is at the forefront of contemporary dance practice in the UK, working creatively with a wide range of collaborators and partners to produce exciting projects and new ways for people to engage with dance.
British Council, Arts Council England, Bristol City Council, Linbury Trust, Paul Mellon Centre, Unity Theatre Trust, International Association of Lyceum Clubs, Bristol University, Dance East, Kevin Spacey Foundation, Bristol Ageing Better.
Performances venues include:
Jakarta Theater Platform, The Place – London, Bristol Old Vic, Arnolfini gallery – Bristol, Ugly Duck – London, Bristol Cathedral, University of Bristol, University of Falmouth, Fergusson Gallery – Perth, Regal Cinema - Australia, Dartington Arts Centre, Laban Theatre – London, Kensington Library, Pavilion Dance South West – Bournemouth, Cambridge Festival of Ideas, Bath Spa University, Kings Weston House – Bristol, Wardrobe Theatre – Bristol, Jacobs Wells Baths – Bristol, Edinburgh Festival Fringe, Hackney Showroom – London, The Marlborough Theatre – Brighton, Duckie – London, Fusion Festival – Berlin, Loco Klub – Bristol, Glastonbury Festival, Salisbury Arts Centre, Mayfest – Bristol, Latitude Festival, Kelburn Garden Party, Shambala Festival, Bestival, Kendal Calling, Beacons Music Festivals, Tagore Festival, Bristol Harbour Festival, Exeter Northcott, Barbican Theatre – Plymouth, The Posh Club (a cabaret for over 65’s), Prague Quadrennial for stage design, Exeter Northcott, Circomedia – Bristol, Rome Fringe Festival, Barga Jazz Festival – Italy, Kunsthaus Tacheles – Berlin, Beaford Arts centre.