The Place is committed to developing ground-breaking dance from both leading choreographic talent and rising stars. Through its in-house Producing and Touring team, The Place brings bold new work to national and international audiences. There are always opportunities for partners to support and programme our work.

To learn more about Producing and Touring, visit How We Work With Artists.

Available for Booking

A Tale of Two Cities - Lost Dog

Placing Lucie Manette at the heart of Dickens’ classic, Lost Dog are restaging A Tale of Two Cities featuring live camera work on-stage, and their acclaimed blend of contemporary dance and theatre. Rediscover Dickens from a whole new perspective.

  • Audience: 14+
  • Format: mid-scale
  • Length: 90 minutes
  • Size: 5 performers

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Book 4 Shorts - Birdgang Ltd

BOOK 4 SHORTS is an interactive and lively show where children are directly involved in the story telling, voting on their favorite character and dancing along. BirdGang Ltd's new show embodies their values of individuality, collaboration, and dedication with Hip Hop as their unifying force, leaving a lasting impact on audiences.

  • Audience: 5+
  • Format: Outdoors or in theatres
  • Length: 21 minutes
  • Size: 2 preformers

Download the BOOK 4 SHORTS Tour Pack

Commissioned and co-produced by The Place.

Dance No 2° - Sivan Rubinstein

Earthy, Minimalist, and Powerful. Dance No 2° is a timeless meditation on our connection to Earth, the changing climate and how human existence is influenced by the water, land and elements we live with.

  • Audience: 8+
  • Format: small-scale
  • Length: 60 minutes
  • Size: 4 performers

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DONUTS - Extended Play

'Feelgood & fun' (The Guardian), DONUTS is a fusion of jazz, funk and classic sit-coms that rewrites the rulebook of friendship in the first full-length contemporary dance piece from Extended Play.

  • Audience: 8+
  • Format: small-scale
  • Length: 60 minutes
  • Size: 3 performers

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Co-produced by The Place. Co-commissioned by The Place, DanceXchange, Warwick Arts Centre. Supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England (use Arts Council England National Lottery Project Grants)

Future Cargo - Requardt & Rosenberg

Requardt & Rosenberg's latest show performed from the back of a 40ft haulage truck. Combining large-scale spectacle with surprising intimacy, Future Cargo transports audiences with this other-worldly experience using binaural headphones!

  • Audience: all
  • Format: outdoor
  • Length: 50 minutes
  • Size: 4 performers

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Future Cargo is produced by The Place. Future Cargo is supported by Without Walls and commissioned by Norfolk & Norwich Festival, Stockton International Riverside Festival, Freedom Festival Arts Trust and Out There International Festival of Circus & Street Arts. Future Cargo is co-commissioned by The Place, Festival.org and DanceEast via Stomping Ground, Southampton City Council as part of Mayflower 400, Pavillion Dance South West. Creation supported by 101 Creation Space and Royal Docks. Supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England. The R&D for Future Cargo was supported by Blueprint: Without Walls R&D Investment Fund.

How to Build a Universe and How to End It - Extended Play

Choreographer Jamaal Burkmar reimagines the formation of our universe in a collision of music and movement. Formed of two parts, How To Build A Universe and How to End It opens with improvisation with guest participants and ends in the culmination of Extended Play's creative process: visually striking, mesmerising dance to intoxicating music.

  • Audience: all
  • Format: small-scale, outdoor and The Playground Tour
  • Length: 60, 30 or 15 minute versions
  • Size: 2-7 performers

Download the How to Build a Universe and How to End It Tour Pack

Co-produced by The Place. Co-commissioned by The Place and Certain Blacks. Supported using public funding from Arts Council England. Part of Certain Blacks, Soul on Ice festival.

Is This A Dance? - Lavaelo

Dance artists Eva Recacha and Lola Maury invite young minds to muse on the idea of dance in an energetic and joyful exploration of what it means to dance, in an engaging introduction to contemporary dance for young people and their families.

  • Audience: 4-11 years and their families
  • Length: 45 minutes
  • Format: small-scale
  • Size: 2 performers

Download the Is This A Dance? Tour Pack

Commissioned and co-produced by The Place. Supported by Arts Council England, The Egg, and HS2 Camden.

KARRASEKARE - Igor x Moreno

The latest production in development from artistic duo Igor x Moreno, Karrasekare is inspired by pagan carnival traditions from Sardinia and the Basque Country. Raw and surprising, sweaty yet elegant, it explores the catharsis of communal ritual and traditions.

  • Audience: 18+
  • Length: 80 minutes
  • Format: mid-scale
  • Size: 7 performers

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Produced by S’ALA and The Place. Co-produced with Théâtre De La Ville, Fuorimargine, Romaeuropa, Bora Bora and Theaterfestival Boulevard.

In collaboration with Toscana Terra Accogliente (with residencies at Anghiari Dance Hub & Armunia, and co-financed by Fabbrica Europa) and HKD – Croatian Cultural Centre

Co-commissioned by Cambridge Junction with support from the Stobbs New Ideas Fund.

Sponsored by Viale s.r.l.

Supported by the Italian Cultural Institute in London, the Italian Ministry of Culture’s Directorate General for Performing Art and the NID Platform, MiC – Ministero della Cultura, RAS - Regione Autonoma Della Sardegna, Fondazione Di Sardegna, John Ellerman Foundation, and supported using public funding from Arts Council England.

Kedeeshah - Sivan Rubinstein

Part of Sivan Rubinstein’s Dance No 2° Climate series, Kedeeshah is a short film that centres around the wisdom of a fascinating young soul as they reflect on our time on this planet.

  • Audience: all
  • Format: short film
  • Length: 7 minutes

Please get in contact for access to this short film.

No Land B - Sivan Rubinstein

The powerful story of two dancers exploring our relationship to nature and to each other. No Land B is an uncompromising dance performance, delving into the ever-changing challenging environmental reality our world faces.

  • Audience: 8+
  • Length: 50 minutes
  • Size: 2 performers

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Super Normal Extra Natural - Requardt & Rosenberg

Super Normal Extra Natural is a new performance made with your

local community, from the creators of experiential performances

Future Cargo and DeadClub™.

  • Audience: all
  • Format: Open public space
  • Length: 40 minutes

Download the Super Normal Extra Natural 2023 Tour Pack

the album - SAY Sarah Golding and Yukiko Masui

A trio of pieces that celebrate the joy and innocence of making up dances to popular music. Working closely with new music artists and musicians, SAY's ambition is to recreate the exciting atmosphere found at music gigs and to reach new audiences by setting contemporary dance to underground music.

  • Audience: 12+
  • Format: small-scale
  • Length: 60 minutes
  • Size: 2 performers

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Co-produced by The Place. Co-commissioned by The Place and DanceEast.

Supported using public funding from Arts Council England.

the album: live - SAY Sarah Golding and Yukiko Masui

In an explosive mix of fast-paced, slick dance routines and incredible music tracks, SAY are bringing the infectious energy of music gigs to the dance world.

SAY invites a guest music artist to perform live at each location during every tour.

  • Audience: 8+
  • Format: Outdoors
  • Length: 15 minutes
  • Size: 2 performers

Download the album live Tour Pack

Co-produced by The Place. Co-commissioned by The Place and DanceEast. Supported using public funding from Arts Council England.

the album: Skool Edition - SAY Sarah Golding and Yukiko Masui

Celebrate the joy and innocence of making up dances to exciting new music in SAY's interactive outdoor dance show for young audiences and their families. A 15 minute version of their full length piece, the album: skool edition will inspire audiences to get creative with movement too!

  • Audience: 3+ and their families
  • Format: outdoor
  • Length: 15 minutes
  • Size: 2 performers

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Co-produced by The Place. Commissioned by The Place, Brighton Festival, Wild Rumpus & Just So Festival. Supported by Without Walls.

The Playground Tour

The Playground Tour offers a double bill of dance shows for young audiences and their families.

Each piece explores friendship in unique ways, considering the challenges we face and ways that we can overcome them through bravery.

  • Audience: 3+ and their families
  • Format: outdoor
  • Length: 45 minutes (20 minutes per performance)
  • Size: 2 performers per show, 4 performers total

Download The Playground Tour Pack

Click here for further details and inquiries regarding bookings

In Development

Anatomy of Survival - Vivienne Franzmann & Frauke Requardt

A woman in an orange beanie walks into Greggs. She asks for a pumpkin spiced latte. The person serving her does not understand her request. The woman reacts badly. Mayhem ensues.

Audience: 14+

Format: mid-scale

Length: 60 minutes

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Commissioned and co-produced by The Place, in association with The Royal Court.

Little M - Anders Duckworth

The story of Little M’s transformation is a celebration of difference and acceptance. This retelling of The Little Mermaid considers trans experiences and shows how important it is to feel at home in your own skin.

Audience: 9-14 and families

Format: Theatre

Length: approx. 60 minutes

Size: 4 performers

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Co-produced by The Place. Commissioned by The Place and Stanley Arts. Supported by John Ellerman Foundation and Arts Council England.

Okan - Akeim Toussaint Buck and Ella Mesma

Drawing inspiration from various martial dances and salsa, Okan challenges traditional gender roles and explores the interplay between opposing forces, resulting in a harmonious blend that transcends binaries.

  • R&D: September 2023 - November 2023
  • Creation: Autumn 2024
  • Touring: Spring 2025
  • Size: 3 to 4 (2 Dancers, 1 Technician, 1 Producer for some touring dates)

Download Okan's 2023 Tour Pack

Commissioned and co-produced by The Place. Supported by Arts Council England, Yorkshire Dance, Pavilion Dance South West, South East Dance, British Council, and FABRIC.

RONIN - Yukiko Masui

Ronin is a live performance that combines digital projections, contemporary dance, and sword play to portray the story of a female Samurai's emotional journey to the capital of Japan, while showcasing the four seasons through video mapping.

  • Premiere: 2025
  • Length: 60 minutes
  • Touring Party: 6

Supported by The London Community Foundation and Cockayne - Grants for the Arts

UK Tour Booking

If you have any questions, or would like to programme or support one of our productions, please contact Emilie Labourey for UK Tour Booking.

International Tour Booking

If you have any questions, or would like to programme or support one of our productions, please contact Axel Satgé for International Tour Booking.