Dance in Devon Announce NEW Creative Dance Retreats at Dartington Hall
Unlock your creativity and nourish your love of dance!
Dance in Devon is delighted to announce our first dance retreat at Dartington for November 2018. We have invited internationally renowned choreographer Laila Diallo to lead a creative weekend of exploration and play in contemporary dance.
Immerse yourself in dance and creativity in rural Devon with good food and good company. Stay on the beautiful and historic Dartington estate and enjoy evening meals together. Walk across the misty fields to the light and spacious dance studio ready to explore the day’s inspiration. You will be in the company of like-minded people, keen to rediscover, nourish and reinvigorate their creative bodies and minds. This is a restorative and uplifting weekend aimed at people looking to reconnect with their creativity through dance.
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