• Hannah Sharpe – Train Jumps – RKDC, The Great Train Dance (Image: Brian Slater)

  • Joe Bates – A Readiness by Lila Dance (Image: James Rowbotham)

  • Joanne Peters – Company Chameleon, Push (Image: Brian Slater)

  • Lise Smith – Butterfly 2009

  • RosieHeafford – Image:

  • Anita Srivastava (Image: Vipul Sangoi Raindesign)

  • Silke Arnold – 60×60 Dance

  • Claire Summers (Image: Emma Long)

  • Claire Morton – Mapdance (Image: Chris Nash)

  • Gwen Van Spijk – New Art Club (Image: Amy Brammall)

  • Elizabeth Mischler (Image: Stephen Berkeley-White)

  • Andre Portasio – Jealousy – The Print Room (Image: Andre Portasio)

  • Nick Minns (Image: Nicholas Minns)

  • Tim Tubbs – Antonia Franceschi’s Up From The Waste

  • Charelle Griffith – Uchenna Dance

  • Clara Giraud -Tom-Marshman The-Passion of the Pole (Image: Luis-Giraud)

  • Miranda Laurence – Impending-Storm

  • Georgina Hay – Black Gecko Dance (Image: Marek Swoboda)

  • Jo Hammett – Kindur by TPO Company (Image: TPO Company)

  • Tia Hassan

  • Nadja Dias – Candoco Company (Image: Candoco Company)

  • Carly Woodbridge – Rowdy – Open Art Surgery – (Image: Breakin Convention)

  • The Point At Which It Last Made Sense – Robin Dingemans and Nick Bryson – Image – Chris Nash

  • HIDE by Deborah Light – Image John Collingwood


IDMN is an independent group of producers, promoters, programmers, project managers and consultants and agents working across the subsidised and commercial dance sectors in the UK.

A voice for the independent dance sector, we are a member-run network working to develop and contribute to the industry through networking events, information-sharing and advocacy.

We are committed to supporting the development of dance in all its forms through promoting the principles of good management and encouraging best practice.



The Network

Looking for management support? IDMN members represent a wide range of experience and roles across the sector, including agents, fundraisers, consultants.


Join IDMN

Find out about IDMN membership, for Independents or Corporates, the benefits and how to join us now.


Professional Development

IDMN runs a range of one-day, cost-effective courses for artists, producers, project managers and those working across the sector.


“To say [IDMN] was no more than a stopping station in the trajectory of my career would be to underestimate the impact it had on me. It allowed me to edit out the unnecessary and to focus on the thoughts and ideas that really mattered as an independent manager. It offered me a voice that could be heard and keen ears that could listen.”

Farooq Chaudhry, Producer, Akram Khan Company

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