Updates as of 24 March 2020
Due to the physical nature of our work, we have sadly had to cancel or postpone all of our talent development, and young people and communities projects taking place across the next few months, as the safety of our company, staff, dance artists and participants is very important to us.
- Curtain Raisers in Southampton and Hull
- In Our Shoes project in Canterbury
- Farnham Elders
- Magic Me Project at St Filians Care Home
- Next Adventures project
- Swan School
- Dance East CAT Residency
- Trinity Laban CAT Residency
- All one-off workshops in schools, colleges and Higher Education
New Adventures is committed to delivering high quality projects and investing in talent development, and we are concocting plans to remain connected and creative by delivering a programme of digital work to keep you and your families engaged and entertained with our work, as well as providing access to those who otherwise would have been attending our talent development projects.
You can subscribe to our mailing list here where we'll be announcing this programme on Friday 27 March.
Many of the theatres we work with are asking ticket holders to consider donating the value of their ticket which goes a long way in supporting the industry through this uncertain and worrying time. Should you also wish to support New Adventures in continuing to deliver our world-class Talent Development, Young People and Community programmes, we would be hugely grateful.
Updates as of 17 March 2020
Following advice from UK Government, Public Health England and the relevant public and healthcare authorities, it is with great sadness that New Adventures' performances of The Red Shoes will regrettably be cancelled at the following venues with immediate effect. Venues will contact ticket holders directly with details of refunds, exchanges or credit notes.
Some ticket holders are choosing to treat the value of their tickets as a donation to the theatre — where this is possible, it helps a great deal.
We appreciate the loyal support of our audiences whilst we make decisions to support and protect each other as we navigate unchartered territory.
We are working closely with our presenting venues to take all sensible precautions to keep people safe. The UK Government’s advice is for anyone who has symptoms of coronavirus, however mild, to stay at home.
Please refer to these government guidelines and advice at:
We would like to thank our audiences for their continued support. We recognise this is an ongoing and rapidly evolving situation and we will update our website with further information about our other tour venues as soon as we are able.