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Oxford House Creative Hub

29 Manor Street

Stonehouse

PL1 1TW

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Open Company Class with Kaitlyn Howlett

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Join Kaitlyn Howlett for the first term of Open Company Class.

These class will be taught in person.

17th May - 14th June 2021

7pm - 8pm

Oxford House Creative Hub

£6 per class or £40 for a dance card (10 sessions with no expiry on the card)

Exim Dance Company will be complying with all Government COVID regulations to ensure the classes are delivered in person in the safest way.

Due to COVID regulations there is a limit on the amount spaces per session, so book to save your space.


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Oxford House Creative Hub

29 Manor Street

Stonehouse

PL1 1TW

United Kingdom

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Exim Dance Company creates live performance work that draws on the curiosity and inquisitive
nature of the artists involved. With a thirst for adventure and a dedication to collaboration, Exim
work across art forms, allowing
our multi dimensional work to reach out to new audiences. Stripping
away pre
-
conceived ideas and being real about who we are and what we do, through our work we
aim to reveal the visceral nature of dance, what it is to move and be moved.
Formed in 2011
Exim have quickly established themselves as a vibrant, exciting and diverse
company creating professional Dance Theatre in the South West of England. With a strong focus
on inclusion the company provide a diverse range of professional development opportuni
ties for
local artists and students in partnership with Plymouth University and Plymouth Dance. Exim also
work across Devon delivering a wide range of community projects that focus on using dance as a
tool for social change as well as a way to nurture tale
nt and developing new audiences.
Exim’s
work has been inclusive from its founding but now we would like to extend this past our
community work and perf
ormances and in to our audience;
developing work that is accessible
to our
audience members.

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