A popular dance festival is set to return in Swansea this June.

Once again, Taliesin Arts Centre brings together performers from across the UK and beyond, performing alongside local dance groups, in a world-class dance festival.

Dance Days will return to Swansea’s National Waterfront Museum on June 1, 2024, with an even wider selection of performances at various locations across the marina.

The festival, which runs from Saturday, June 1 to Sunday, June 2, will showcase an extensive line-up of traditional and contemporary, circus, and aerial performances for free.

This year’s Dance Days lineup includes (in alphabetical order by line): BirdGang & the Place – Book 4 Shorts, Bristol Breakers, CanDo Hub UK, Chinese in Wales Association – A Nation of Etiquette, Circus Eruption, County Youth Dance Company, Daryl & Co + Mimbre – Look Mum, No Hands!, Dripping Tap – Webster and Jones, Exist Skate Park, Highly Sprung – CastAway, Iberians & Latin Americans in Wales, Jeanefer Jean-Charles – Black Victorians, Kitsch & Sync Collective – Madame Deficit, Luminarium – Timisien, Madam Mango – HMS Stormys, Swansea University Cheerleading Society, Swansea University Dance Society and Swansea Young Musicians Network (SYMN).
Craig Warrington Morrow, Artistic & Cultural Programme Manager at Taliesin Arts Centre, said:

“We are thrilled to organise another Dance Days Festival; it has become a highlight of Swansea’s summertime events and significantly contributes to the vibrant arts scene in our community by giving Swansea residents and visitors the chance to enjoy world-class performances at no cost.

“This year, we are particularly excited to have Swansea Young Musician’s Network, a youth-led citywide cooperation, play. Catch these up-and-coming musicians at one of our pop-up locations.”

No booking is necessary for Dance Days 2024. Simply turn up on the day and enjoy all there is to offer for FREE. All ages are welcome.

The full programme can be found here: https://www.taliesinartscentre.co.uk/en/performances?id=59645