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Ways Of Knowing: New Dance and the importance of movement, creativity and learning for young children

published by The Bluecoat

INHABIT is Bluecoat’s three year programme of new & improvised dance with Liverpool Improvisation Collective, funded by the Esmee Fairbairn ...

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What's the connection between Keith Piper and Bluecoat?

What's the connection between Keith Piper and Bluecoat?

Renowned British artist Keith Piper’s new solo show presented by Bluecoat and Iniva (Institute of International Visual Arts) comprises three new large-scale works spanning installation, digital works and drawings that address current anxieties about the impacts of globalisation. It is the most substantial presentation of the artist’s work in nearly two decades and celebrates the longstanding relationship between Piper and Bluecoat. Below, Bluecoat’s Artistic Director Bryan Biggs explores Keith and Bluecoat’s long standing relationship, and how this latest solo exhibition came to be.

The Choir with No Name, Big Autumn Gig, Fri 28 Oct.

The Choir with No Name, Big Autumn Gig, Fri 28 Oct.

The Choir with No Name run choirs for people who’ve experienced homelessness or are vulnerable. Many of the members have experienced mental health issues, addiction, relationship breakdown and isolation in their lives, where the support of friends and family may be absent. The Choir with No Name provides a welcoming environment in which to build confidence, make friends and experience the multiple benefits of singing to health and wellbeing. Every week, members come together at Bluecoat to sing and sit down for a hot, nutritious meal after every rehearsal. They support each other’s endeavours, musical or otherwise, have the opportunity to learn new skills and forge lasting relationships, and most importantly, they get to experience the power of singing their hearts out amongst good friends.

DaDaFest Artistic Director's Festival Highlights

DaDaFest Artistic Director's Festival Highlights

DaDaFest announced their full programme last week, and here at Bluecoat we can't wait for the festival to start. DaDaFest Artistic Director, Ruth Gould MBE chooses her festival highlights below and explores exactly why the festival is so important on affecting the prevailing negative messages regarding disability today.

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