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CoDa Dance Company, led by the Artistic Vision of Nikki Watson, is blurring the lines between professional and community dance. Here at CoDa we don’t believe one is exclusive from the other and our projects and performances are developed to allow one to compliment, guide and influence the other. Nikki’s interest lies in enabling audience, participants and performers to question the world in which we live, always looking for innovative and exciting ways to blur where audience begins and performer ends. Immersive experiences, unusual performance settings and breaking down the fourth wall all enable CoDa to engage in a meaningful way between audience, participant and performer. Where does one begin and the other end?

CoDa has a particular focus on dance and neurological conditions. Creating work and projects that give a social commentary on the truth about living with a degenerative disease. Sometimes funny, sometimes dark, but always honest.

Since CoDa emerged in 2010, we have delivered over 200 community workshops, performances and training to over 3000 people as participants, performers, trainees and audience members. Our reach spans across England with a particular focus on London, the East and the South East regions.
  Click to listen highlighted text! CoDa Dance Company, led by the Artistic Vision of Nikki Watson, is blurring the lines between professional and community dance. Here at CoDa we don’t believe one is exclusive from the other and our projects and performances are developed to allow one to compliment, guide and influence the other. Nikki’s interest lies in enabling audience, participants and performers to question the world in which we live, always looking for innovative and exciting ways to blur where audience begins and performer ends. Immersive experiences, unusual performance settings and breaking down the fourth wall all enable CoDa to engage in a meaningful way between audience, participant and performer. Where does one begin and the other end?CoDa has a particular focus on dance and neurological conditions. Creating work and projects that give a social commentary on the truth about living with a degenerative disease. Sometimes funny, sometimes dark, but always honest.Since CoDa emerged in 2010, we have delivered over 200 community workshops, performances and training to over 3000 people as participants, performers, trainees and audience members. Our reach spans across England with a particular focus on London, the East and the South East regions. Powered By GSpeech