Dance Picnic

Now an Echo Echo tradition and one of our favourite projects. Bringing people of all ages together to dance and eat!

About Dance Picnic

Dance Picnic is an opportunity for people of all ages to take part in dance and movement sessions together! No-one is too young or too old.

The project stems from the company's busy participation programme which regularly sees parents, toddlers, children, young adults, elderly and people with disabilities dancing. Artistic Director Steve Batts wanted to see these groups come together and enjoy dance and movement as a group.

This event is a chance to participate in some dancing and movement games within an open space where people can join in when they wish. You can come alone or bring a friend or family member - everyone is welcome. And bring some food for the Picnic!

I loved the Dance Picnic. It was surprisingly good fun to take part in the movement games. As an adult, I always assume games are for the children but it was extremely freeing and thoroughly enjoyable to dance with everyone.

Dance Picnic image

Image from Munch / Tanzfuchs at Echo Echo Festival.

Dance Picnic artwork by Mark Willett.

Projects

Projects

Lost in Frost

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Echo Echo Festival 2018

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Music Programme

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Body Wisdom

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Festival Workshop Tour (2018)

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Without

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Ripple Affect

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Festival Open Call

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Old Bob's Tale

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How To Watch Dancing...

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Making Moves Youth Dance

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Open House

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Consequences

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In Tall Grass

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A Box

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The Motion Ensemble

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Dance Picnic

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Residency Programme

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Echo Echo Contact Festival 2018

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Contact Improvisation

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Walk By

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Echo Echo Festival 2017

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The Cove

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Ludo Lusi Lusum

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Kids Classes

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The Henry Girls and Echo Echo

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Echo Hunt

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Parent & Toddlers

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Fractals

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Into Contact (2010-12)

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Vertical. Nature. Base.

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Echo Echo Festival 2015

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Echo Echo Festival 2014

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Echo Echo Festival 2016

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Echo Echo Festival 2013

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Festival Workshop Tour (2016)

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Festival Workshop Tour (2017)

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