Our Journal offers you the opportunity to sneak behind the scenes, meet our collaborators, read our musings and reflections, and learn more about how we work.

Saying goodbye to Laura Patay and Nico Vendange

Six years ago, Laura Patay joined Candoco Dance Company. Three years later, partner Nico Vendange joined too. Now, the duo are heading onto new adventures and saying their goodbyes to Candoco Dance Company. In this journal, they share their best moments with the company and what they've learnt.

‘The audience’s ovation at the end was rapturous’

Check out Candoco's most recent reviews from their double-bill performance of Face In and Hot Mess- performed at Bristol Old Vic and Laban.
I am interested in our personal level of engagement, not only in dance but towards all things in life, I see the understanding and knowledge of how our body works in relation to the world as being very individual, but mostly important and as essential for our own learning, participation and commitment towards everything around us.
Toke Broni Strandby
My creative work in contemporary and inclusive dance follows a persistent idea – there is a power to acting in any living body and my body is the place where I want to stay…in action.
Mickaella Dantas
In touring with Candoco I have become fascinated by how the experience of the performer and audience can be that of shared witnessing and visibility.
Olivia Edginton

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