Find out about the people behind DANCE SIX-0
Find out about our origins
An outdoor performance
Pushing the boundaries
Our first ever piece
Embodying our love of moving
On Zoom throughout 2020
Our biennial celebration
Among the sculptures of Sophie Ryder
Our professional dance company
Weekly dance and movement sessions
For older people living in care homes
Have a look at everything we've made so far
One of DANCE SIX-0’s newest pieces is an outdoor performance work created in 2021 by Artistic Director, Rosalind Conlon and funded by Arts Council England. Surprising and compelling, Burn and Rave responds to Dylan Thomas's poem, Do not Go Gentle.
Choreographed in 2017 by the fabulous and outrageous Liz Aggiss, Head in My Bag has fast become our most well known and requested piece – pushing the boundaries and preconceptions of what’s expected of older people’s dance.
Another performance work choreographed by Artistic Director, Rosalind Conlon, Dance Me was the first piece created for the Company in 2016. It considers the internal life of displaced people - how memory and circumstance manifest in the body.
This piece, choreographed by Rosalind Conlon, explores the joy of dancing and how far we can embody our love of moving. Bubbles was R&D’d in 2019.
Thanks to DANCE SIX-0’S dance artists and teachers, Debbie Lee-Anthony and Rosalind Conlon, we were able to continue seamlessly without a break on Zoom throughout 2020 and the start of 2021 providing a lifeline to many members who were clinically vulnerable.
DANCE SIX-0 has a biennial celebration which we started in 2017 at The Playhouse in Salisbury.
Performed at Salisbury International Arts Festival in The Close at Salisbury Cathedral, this work was commissioned by the Festival to make a site-specific work among the sculptures of Sophie Ryder.
11 April 2022
Sadler’s Wells’s Elixir Dance Festival, LondonAgeless, LeedsSalisbury International Arts FestivalPavilion Dance South West, BournemouthTaachi Morris Arts Centre, TauntonThe Point, EastleighArts by the Sea Festival, Poole QuayRoche Court Educational Trust’s Sculpture Park, East WinterslowElectric Palace, Bridport Chippenham Folk FestivalHoratio’s Garden, Salisbury Hospital Salisbury People in the Park Festival Swindon Literary Festival