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BIDF is going to Smithfield Festival Site!
Lets Dance! Bring your dancing shoes as Birmingham International Dance Festival (BIDF) takes over Smithfield Festival Site for a non-stop closing celebration th
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WE WANT TO HEAR FROM YOU!
We would like to learn more about our audiences and how we can give the best possible experience. Your feedback will help us understand the impact BIDF 2022 has
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BIDF x Handsworth Park This Weekend
2 – 3 July We cannot wait to land in Handsworth Park this weekend for two days of FREE amazing dance performances, workshops and an exciting music showcase with
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Talks, Events & Masterclasses at BIDF 2022
As part of this year’s programme, we have an exciting series of events and masterclasses suited for professionals, dance students, teachers and practitioners. O
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Meet the Midlands Made Hip Hop Commission Artists!
We are delighted to announce the two artists commissioned for our Midlands Made Hip Hop Commission in partnership with Punch Records. The two projects are part
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Meet the Midlands Made Screendance Shorts Artists
We are pleased to announce the commissioned artists for our Midlands Made Screendance Shorts 2022. These commissions feature Midlands-based artists that special
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BIDF 2022 Programme Launched
BIDF 2022, is delighted to announce our full programme of incredible events. The UK’s largest dance festival, taking place from 17 June to 3 July, offers amazin
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Tappin’ In launch first in a series of instructional tap dance videos
Get practising for Birmingham’s biggest tap lesson and ‘shim sham’ People from the region and beyond are being encouraged to start practising so they can join i
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Volunteer Stories – Natalie Thompson
Natalie Thompson DanceXchange Communications Assistant Back in 2017 I volunteered at two of London’s biggest dance events, MOVE IT and The Hotstepper UK. My du
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Volunteer Stories – Harriet McGuire Smith
Harriet McGuire Smith Sampad Marketing Manager I volunteered for Love Music Hate Racism which was instrumental in me embarking on the career path I’m on today.
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