DanceEast

IPSWICH-based DanceEast has been strengthening its team in preparation for what will be the busiest period in the organisation's history. With developments in regional programming, the DanceEast Academy and the construction of the new �8.

IPSWICH-based DanceEast has been strengthening its team in preparation for what will be the busiest period in the organisation's history.

With developments in regional programming, the DanceEast Academy and the construction of the new �8.9million Jerwood DanceHouse on Ipswich's waterfront, DanceEast has made four new appointments to help in the delivery of world-class dance to the East of England.

New catering manager Stephen Bullus has many years' experience as a chef and has worked for some high profile chefs on the London restaurant scene including Fergus Henderson at St. John, Henry Harris at Hush and Jun Tenaka at the Rennaissance. He moved to Suffolk in 2008 and is enjoying the produce this region has to offer. He will be running the new DanceHouse caf�, 'DanceEats', which aims to use local suppliers for simple healthy offerings.

Victoria Oldham graduated with a BA (Hons) in dance and professional practice from Coventry University in 2007 after over a decade of dance training. Originally from Nottingham, she has just completed an eight month internship with East Midlands-based dance agency Dance4 before moving to East Anglia to become programme assistant for DanceEast.


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Paul Greene has worked in marketing for over eight years, working for Ipswich Borough Council to promote major outside events and festivals. In 2007 he was appointed marketing manager at commercial law firm Attwells LLP before joining the marketing and communications team at DanceEast.

Giles Todd has joined the team as box office manager in preparation for the move to the DanceHouse in the autumn. Giles has previously worked in the box office at the Wolsey Theatre and more recently at Trinity Park where he worked as an events manager.

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