Malgorzata Dzierzon Dance



2016 was an exciting and creative year, working on a new choreography for Rambert and for Newcastle–based dance group Fertile Ground. It was also a busy year for New Movement Collective, presenting our second Southbank Centre commission Collapse, A Period Drama performed on the roof of the Royal Festival Hall with London’s best views as our backdrop!


Rambert premiered Flight at the Lowry, Manchester and the Company also toured the work to Theatre Royal Bath, London’s Sadler’s Wells Theatre and Theatre Royal Plymouth in the autumn.

Flight will be performed again at Theatre Royal Brighton March 1-4 and in at Theatre Royal Nottingham March 28-30, 2017.

For more information about the tour visit

To read reviews of Flight go to


I am very pleased to be currently working with Ballet Central on a new choreography for their 2017 tour. The piece, inspired by the art of graffiti, will be presented alongside a rich repertoire of works that includes choreography by Liam Scarlett, Matthew Bourne, Christopher Bruce, Jenna Lee and Michael Pink. This year’s programme will open on March 30th in London at Stratford Circus Theatre and then tour to 22 venues.

For more information about the tour visit


In 2017, New Movement Collective will embark on a new phase of choreographic research, working with specialists from the field of Robotics. We are thrilled to be supported with this research by the Jerwood Choreographic Research Project, with funds from Jerwood Charitable Foundation, artsdepot, DanceEast, London College of Fashion, Pavilion Dance South West, Southbank Centre, Stone Nest, The Lowry, The Point, and The Royal Ballet Studio Programme.

Keep an eye on the NMC’s website for updates on this and other upcoming collective projects.


We continue our partnership between New Movement Collective and the AAIS- Spatial Performance & Design course at the Architectural Association School of Architecture.

This year the team will develop their concepts taking themes of ‘honesty, truth, integrity’ as their starting points.

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Malgorzata Dzierzon in J. Edna and Mother Tolson

Choreography Javier De Frutos

Photography Ingmar Jernberg