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.

The Argonauts – This film is not the show

In June 2019, a group of disabled and non-disabled performers from the South Caucasus and Ukraine started rehearsals for a show that would become The Argonauts.

Listening: The key to mustering up a performance to be proud of

Nicola De Maine, ex-service woman and performer, writes about the importance of listening to create Muster, a brand new piece of work which was developed in just one week through a collaboration between Cando2, members of the cast of Charlie F and Shakespeare’s Soldiers, and boys from Caldicott School.

Immersed in the Lagos way

Candoco embarked on an exciting project with British Council Nigeria, aiming to support the development of a new work by a choreographer from Lagos. The inclusive work was performed by local dancers later in the year in Lagos. Company dancers Toke, Mirjam and Tanja and Artistic Co-Director Pedro visited earlier to get things started. Toke shares his reflections….

Moving Beyond Inclusion and the pursuit of progress

Joanne, General Manager at Candoco Dance Company, looks at dance inclusivity and Candoco's collaboration with international organisations on the project Moving Beyond Inclusion.

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