s part of our tours of Plan B for Utopia and The North, we are offering a wide range of outreach and wrap around activities: creative sessions for all ages and levels of experience, contemporary dance classes, CPD opportunities for drama, dance and PE teachers interested in expanding their skills, and inclusive workshops for participants with additional support needs.

There will also be a free a post-show discussion after each performance of the tour, where the audience will have the opportunity to meet the creative team, share their impressions about the work and ask any relevant questions.

Finally, we are also offering the opportunity to book ‘unplugged’ performances of Plan B for Utopia for schools and community venues. You will find more information in our Creative Learning Brochure, available from our Plan B for Utopia download section. Alternatively, you can get in touch with Vicky on

Upcoming Creative Learning Events

Contemporary Dance Technique Classes at Dundee Rep Theatre

Technical exercises and sequences are taught to build strength, coordination and flexibility.  Open to those ages 14+ with more than two years dance experience.
£7/ £5

Tue 12 Feb  with John Kendall
Tue 26 Feb and Tue 5 Mar with Eve Ganneau
Tu 12 Mar with Joan Clevillé

Find out more about Scottish Dance Theatre’s workshop programmes at Dundee Rep Theatre here.

Life Drawing class at Finzean Village Hall

Artist Mel Shand is offering a life drawing workshop in conjunction with our performance of The North at Finzean Village Hall.  The workshop will start at 4.30pm and costs £35, including supper and the performance at 7.30pm.  The workshop is recommended for for over 14’s at any level of drawing skill. You will need to bring your own dry drawing materials & sketchbook. Bookings will be taken on a first come first served basis. Tickets for the workshop can be booked by by emailing

One-Day Workshop with Joan Clevillé Dance
Sat 9th March, 10-4.30pm, Northern School of Contemporary Dance
for NSCD students, alumni and professional dancers.

Join choreographer Joan Clevillé and performer John Kendall as they share the company’s artistic practice, rooted in movement research and experimentation with theatre and storytelling.

The morning session will start with a physical warm-up and focus on the company’s latest work The North, exploring two different solos based on set and improvised material. The afternoon session will focus on the connection between breath, voice and the body and the use of play as a creative tool.

Places are £20 for students, £25 for alumni and £35 for professionals. Places are limited so please book your place in advance through Hathaikan Kongaunruan at NSCD reception or on 0113 219 3000