Plymouth Dance Film Friday ADAPT Youth Dance

ADAPT Image by Claire Summers

Image by Claire Summers

Week 10…Our last Film Friday for 2015!

This week we have decided to share the film about ADAPT youth Dance which highlights what being involved with U.Dance 2015 meant to them.


Plymouth Dance Film Friday U.Dance Community Engagement Film

This Weeks #pdfilmfriday is one of the wonderful films we commissioned with Youth Dance England to capture the community engagement programme we developed around the U.Dance 2015 festival.

The film was made by Jessica Wright who followed the young dancers round for the two months leading up to the festival.

Plymouth Dance Film Friday

Welcome to our first #pdfilmfriday between now and Christmas we are going to be sharing some of the films made as part of U.Dance 2015 as well as a few extras connected to the festival.

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Our first film is the full length Outside-Inside-Plymouth film made by Fotonow for us with 5 of our youth groups: Street Factory Studios, ADAPT, Company b, Wheelfever and South Dance Company.

Here are a few of the images taken by Fotonow of Street Factorys filming day.

Want to work with us?

Job Opportunity with Exim Dance Company CIC and Plymouth Dance CIC

Job Title: Intern/ Trainee Producer

Employer: Exim Dance Company/ Plymouth Dance

Terms: This is a 30 hour per week 6 month contract with flexible working.

Contract dates:        Start date: 12th October 2015

End date: 8th April 2016

Fee:                             £6.70 per hour

Who we are looking for

We are looking for a creative person who wants to gain experience in arts production and project management. You will have a professional interest and desire to learn/develop your skills in this field.

You will likely be a recent graduate (within the past 5 years) in either Dance, the Arts, Business, History or English. You will be passionate about Dance and/or the Performing Arts, have experience of aspects of project management and want to expand your learning as part of a project team. You may have an interest in pursuing a career in some aspect of cultural production and an understanding of the National Occupational Standards for Leaders in Dance.

You will need to have excellent IT skills and an understanding of the implications of working virtually and remotely.

You will be confident and able to relate well to people, and also able to work independently a great deal of the time. The role requires quite a high degree of self-organisation even though you will be working with the Artistic Director and Coordinating Producer.


Please contact for the full job specification and application details.

The deadline for applications is 5pm Monday 14th September 2015

Interviews will be held in Plymouth on the 24th September 2015

For more information on the project and both companies, go to