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While we wait for the restrictions around performing live to be eased, and theatres across the UK to reopen fully, we are very excited to announce the launch of GCC DIGITAL AUTUMN INTENSIVES. Following the success of our 5 week programme of online activity in the Spring we are proud to present the return of GCC Digital for 5 weeks of intensives, across 5 months this Autumn.

You can read full details here.

Each week will focus on different works from Gary Clarke’s exciting past repertoire and will include a number of sessions including classes, workouts, interviews and creative activities. Current and past members of the company will be joining us so watch out for familiar faces, along with special guests.

As in the Spring, we will be hosting these events across our social media network so please make sure you are following us on TwitterYouTubeFacebookInstagram and have set yourself up on Zoom.


OCT 26-30 – 2 MEN & A MICHAEL   

NOV 23-27 – COAL   

DEC 14-18 – WASTELAND   


We will be sharing more details about each intensive in the coming weeks, and will update the website when we have more information

Please make sure you read our disclaimer before taking part in any of our live or recorded sessions.


Breaking News: Help us with research for our next live production Section 28! See box below for details.

Created to mark the 25th anniversary since the demolition of Grimethorpe Colliery and 30 years since the rise of UK rave culture, WASTELAND is the highly anticipated new dance theatre show from acclaimed British choreographer Gary Clarke and the sequel to his multi award winning production COAL.

  • ★★★★★

    "Its stunning combination of movement, music and imagery makes for an unforgettable work of angry, emotional, celebratory, political dance."

  • ★★★★

    “The production firmly roots the upsurge of euphoria in its socio-political and historical context.”

  • ★★★★

    “Blisteringly fierce.”


Help us with research for our next live production Section 28!

We are looking to work with 10 people from the Yorkshire LGBTQIA+ community, who remember and were affected by Section 28, to take part in a research and photography project based on the social impact and consequences of this damaging clause.

Participants will be invited to take part in a 1.5 day research workshop in Leeds, where they will discuss, share and document their experiences around Section 28 in a safe and supportive environment.

Interested in getting involved or finding out more? Download our call out here.

Deadline for expressions of interest is Saturday 14 November.

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