Two platforms in one evening of dance for Let’s Dance International Frontiers 2024.
Signatures and the Black British Dance Platform come together to showcase emerging dancers and choreographers locally, nationally and internationally for a unique mixed bill performance.
Signatures – Led by Serendipity Institute for Black Arts and Heritage, Signatures is a platform that provides opportunities to nurture and support undiscovered talent. Signatures showcases excerpts of work in development; thought-provoking, explorative, and always innovative, the platform has nurtured 78 artists over the last fourteen years including Aakash Odedra, Seeta Patel, Jamaal Burkmar, Cameron McKinney, Freddy Houndekindo and Botis Seva.
Black British Dance Platform – A collaboration between Serendipity Institute for Black Arts and Heritage and FABRIC, the Black British Dance Platform has a strategic aspiration to support and nurture dance artists from the African and African Caribbean Diaspora who are based in the UK, with an ambition to present work internationally. The platform supports the aims of cultivating a sector that is representative of contemporary Britain. Now entering its fourth year, previous participants include Fubunation, Dani Harris Walters, Seren Marimba, Walker Movement Theatre Company, Cherilyn Albert, Chad Taylor, Blake Arts and Rose Aïda Sall Sao.
Full line-up to be announced December 2023.