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Locate your choreographic practice at the heart of your studies with the MA Choreography course in collaboration with De Montfort University (DMU).

We have worked in partnership with DMU to collaboratively design and develop this MA Choreography course in response to the needs of the current independent dance industry. The partnership offers you a unique real-life experience of making, reflecting upon and presenting choreographic practice, all framed by current philosophical and artistic contexts.

You will engage with FABRIC’s team, guest artists at our international Centre for Choreography (iC4C), and artist-academics from DMU who will teach, supervise, and mentor you throughout your journey on the course.

Whether you are an emerging or established artist, MA Choreography supports a continuing interrogation of your practice to develop new ways of presenting choreographic research in professional and academic contexts.



Visits to iC4C are a regular activity in the Choreography MA course. In March 2024, the Choreography MA students came to iC4C for a series of seminars and workshops contributing to their ‘Documenting Practice’ module.

They participated in a seminar on archiving dance practice with Organisational Archive Researcher, Andi Johnson, a seminar on artist survival with FABRIC Assistant Producer – Learning, Dwayne Church Simms, and a workshop on grant writing with FABRIC Director of Producing and Programmes, Hannah Sharpe.

Interested in the Choreography MA course?

Find full course details, dates, and enrolment information on the DMU website.