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Dash Arts creates artistic experiences that change the way we see the world. Founded in 2005 by Artistic Directors, Josephine Burton and Tim Supple, Dash Arts has rapidly emerged as a unique international creative force, producing new theatre, dance, music and art events in collaboration with exceptional artists from abroad. Dash Arts travels across continents to shed new light on great cultures and creates work through intensive periods of Research and Development.

 

Welcome to EUTOPIA

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We have entered EUTOPIA, our new programme of work searching for an understanding of what Europe is now, how it got there and how the UK got to the point of leaving…and what that means. As always, Dash Arts will highlight and celebrate Europe’s diversity and hidden marvels; confront generalization and encourage new insights and fierce debate. EUTOPIA  will embrace our Dash Cafés, Dash Gigs, Dash House, Events and eventually productions and continue for as long as feels right – at least until 2020.

 

 

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Dash Arts productions are created in collaboration with leading venues and festivals in the UK including National Theatre, Sadler's Wells, Roundhouse, Edinburgh International Festival, RSC, Brighton Festival, Belgrade Theatre Coventry; and abroad with Lincoln Center Festival New York, Luminato Festival Toronto, Perth Festival Australia, and Ballet Moscow.

 

We have reached large audiences across the world with widely acclaimed major tours in the UK, Europe, Australia and North America, which have led to numerous awards and nominations including Olivier, Evening Standard, TMA, Herald Angel and Dora.

 

Outstanding Dash Arts successes include the award-winning Indian A Midsummer Night’s Dream which played sell-out seasons with the RSC in Stratford and at London’s Roundhouse before touring worldwide and the double Olivier-award winning Babel which was a major success at London’s Sadler’s Wells and across the world.

 

Dash Arts innovative participation events and workshop programmes engage thousands of young people, students and artists in the UK and abroad.

 

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