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Are you an emerging writer interested in honing your live performance review skills?

Does the thought of seeing three different performances per night from up-and-coming choreographers make you feel excited and curious?

Resolution! Review offers the chance to review some of the UK’s most promising new dance companies at The Place, get mentored by a professional dance critic, and have your work published and promoted by The Place.

Resolution! is the biggest annual showcase for contemporary dance in the UK and it returns to The Place in the New Year from Thursday 8 January to Saturday 21 February 2015.

Celebrating 26 years of bringing fresh, new dance to the stage the festival will be presenting an exciting, unpredictable programme once again. Resolution! Review is the online platform covering the entire festival. It's written by a team of national dance critics and young emerging writers. Each show is reviewed by both a professional critic and by one aspiring writer (each writer is requested to commit to a minimum of 3 reviews).

We're now looking for reviewers to take part in Resolution! 2015. You don't need to regard yourself as a technical dance expert. We're simply looking for excellent writers who can communicate their responses honestly and in an engaging fashion. The successful applicants will be mentored by our team of professionals and will have access to seminars providing opportunities to ask questions around current working practices. This is an upaid opportunity. 

To be one of this year’s Resolution! Reviewers all you need to do is send a sample dance review (max 300 words) by Wednesday 3 December with “Resolution review” in the subject line to: communications@theplace.org.uk(applicants must be aged 18 and over)

 

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