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Don’t be afraid to collaborate

What makes two artists click? How can you avoid problems when you start a new relationship? Unlimited 2018 artists share their experiences of working in collaboration

A new kind of vogue comes to the Unlimited festival

| by Harriet Guest

The first ever vogue house of d/Deaf and disabled dancers pushes creative boundaries and fuses sign language into their choreography. Watch a trailer about the creation of The Unlimited House of Krip ahead of Unlimited 2018

Dancing in my kitchen

| by Hetain Patel

Artist Hetain Patel turns YouTube vlogger in his new project about identity and cultural heritage. Watch the first episodes in the series and find out why he’s making films in his kitchen

Investigating the future of dance for 50 years

| by Cathy Gomez

What do our bodies know? Watch a conversation with choreographer Siobhan Davies on the importance of movement, embodied intelligence and the impulse to create, as part of her new series Future Recollections

Video: Birds of Paradise reimagines The Tempest as a trial by TV

Can you skype a performance? Birds of Paradise performed its new reworking of Shakespeare’s Tempest with a live video link between Hong Kong and Glasgow. Exploring reality TV and social media, the production uses four different languages, including sign language. Watch the artists describe how they made the work

Playlist: Watch our collection of Shakespeare Lives short films

| by Emmanuel Adanlawo

From Lady Macbeth with manga animation to Romeo and Juliet with ice cream wars, we bring you a playlist of short films in which contemporary artists reimagine Shakespeare’s work and explore issues such as the representation of women, racial stereotyping, ageing and mental health

Video: The making of A Different Romeo and Juliet

Graeae’s Jenny Sealey spent two years working with a group of young disabled Bangladeshis. Follow the young peoples’ journey as they prepare to perform on stage for the first time


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