Welcome to LEAP Dance Festival 2018.
    We’re delighted to have Liverpool Hope University as our Major Partner and Liverpool ONE as Principal Sponsor. This year’s festival celebrates the theme of suffrage, marking 100 years since some women won the right to vote. In honour of this each performance, all of which are new to Liverpool, will feature a female protagonist.

What’s On

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Jo Fong: An Invitation

November 6th : 2.00pm and 6:00pm The Warehouse Studio Theatre, Hope University Creative Campus. Tickets : £9.50 / £7.50

Liz Lea - RED by Lorna Sim

Liz Lea: RED

November 7th : 6:00pm The Warehouse Studio Theatre, Hope University Creative Campus. Tickets : £9.50 / £7.50

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North West Seen: Part 1

Fri 9th Nov 7.00pm The Warehouse Studio Theatre, Hope University Creative Campus Tickets: £9.50/7.50 LEAP 2018 presents a selection of new works and work-in-progress from North West artists. North West Seen: Part 1 is a mixed bill featuring Kate Jackson, Baba Yaga and Paula Hampson. Kate Jackson will present a solo work exploring international terrorism […]

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Lost Dog: Juliet & Romeo

November 9th : 8:30pm Capstone Theatre, Hope University Creative Campus. Tickets : £11.50 / £9.50

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North West Seen: Part 2

Sat 10th Nov 7.00pm The Warehouse Studio Theatre Tickets: £9.50/7.50 LEAP 2018 presents a selection of new works and work-in-progress from North West artists. In North West Seen: Part 2, Vicci Riley will share Herring Girls, a piece of contemporary dance theatre in development. The work brings to life the stories, images, physical labour and […]

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ViTAL!

November 11th:  6:00pm The Capstone Theatre, Hope University Creative Campus. Tickets : £7.50 / £6.50    

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Avant Garde Dance: Fagin’s Twist

November 12th : 8:00pm The Epstein Theatre Tickets: £14.00 / £12.00 Co-produced by The Place, Fagin’s Twist is commissioned by Theatre Bristol, East London Dance, Pavilion Dance South West, Dance East and The Place. Supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England. Book Tickets

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