Watch US Dance

Watch US Dance!

Dance@Salford welcomes you to view the newly commissioned work for years two and three by visiting artists, Move MCR and Project Auske. There will also be a performance by first years, and Move MCR will show one of their own works.

First years will be performing a work made within the Performance Workshop module. Choreography is by Lisa Cullen, in collaboration with the student company.

WARNINGS: Suitable for all ages. Contains haze, flashing lights, strobe lighting and audience participation/ interaction


Please note all bookings and donations come with a 50p booking fee.

Please note that all tickets are for unallocated seating.

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Move Manchester (Move MCR) is a newly founded Manchester based dance theatre company founded by Ayesha Fazal (She/Her) and Jack Hilton (He/Him/They/Them).

Move MCR are Dance@Salford’s Artists in Residence for this academic year, and we are super excited to welcome and support them on their journey.

“We are eager to engage with artists, organisations and themes allowing us to develop and express our concepts, movement language and vision, especially with artists and organisations in the North West.
Having both worked professionally nationally and internationally with an array of artists and differing styles, we have come together, combining our movement language and vision to create work and contribute to the growing dance scene in the North West where we both grew up.
 We believe the future of dance within Manchester is bright and we are ready to utilize our skills, vision and energy to make a valuable contribution to the Manchester dance scene.

We produce visceral work that captures the audience with thoughtful and relatable themes. To present to them a mirror of humanity and a window to art that feels familiar and welcoming.

As a queer male presenting and ethnic majority female led company we are keen to present diverse examples, opportunities and inspiration to people of all backgrounds, ages and abilities. To showcase stories and themes which challenge the norm, begin conversation and promote both diversity and change.

We are both active and eager outreach facilitators in the North West for dance and aim to continue this work with Move Manchester to provide dance opportunities and engagement for everyone regardless of situation. 

Alongside our interest and experience in Dance theatre we are also very interested in movement direction for film, stage and image alongside choreography for opera, theatre and media (for example, music videos).

We are excited to be a part of the Dance/Movement progression in Manchester, showcasing our talent, spirit and voice as a Northern based company by diverse Northwest artists.”


Project Auske is a creative house of people, ideas and movement, where art making and sharing are boundless. Project Auske moves artistic projects and peoples together to greatly impact the world we are all responsible for and find belonging in.

Informed by the extensive choreographic, movement and performance practices of its Founders and Directors Bridget Fiske and Joseph Lau, Project Auske embraces interdisciplinarity. Project Auske works at the edges of artistic forms and the coexistence and intersection of ideas and values. After more than 20 years of working and practicing as multi-faceted artists, Bridget Fiske and Joseph Lau have developed Project Auske to empower themselves and others to make (possible and impossible) artistic work with a multiplicity of scope, meaning and impact. 

This creative house is an infrastructure built on philosophies, values, dreams, and practices. It creates spaces for belonging, risk taking, revelatory responses, multiplicities, and creative manifestations in order to engage with emergent ideas and issues, the evolution of living and what most matters, excites and concerns us.  

Since forming in 2020, Project Auske has co-produced ‘The Correspondents’ a moving-image research project in collaboration with Ukrainian Film NGO Babylon’13 and co-created by Bridget Fiske and Roman Liubyi (supported by the European Union under the House of Europe), been partner curators at ATOM Choreographic Series #4 and #5 (Bulgaria), produced and delivered several workshops such as ‘Split-Second’ and ‘The Compassionate and Resourceful Body’, as well as producing the works of Fiske and Lau. ¦ Instagram ¦ Twitter

Dance@Salford have partnered with both Bridget and Joe for over a decade, and we are excited to welcome them back together as Project Auske to make a new work with our students.

Please note: reserving a Wheelchair Seat ticket will also reserve a free seat for an essential companion.

If you require limited mobility access (step-free), please let a member of staff know upon arrival.

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New Adelphi University Rd
Salford M5 4BR