Ormskirk Dance Festival

The Ormskirk Community Festival went with a bang, there were 100’s of performers from across West Lancashire taking part in a total celebration of the diversity and talent on offer in our community. Crowds braved the rain and then thankfully the sun shone through, as act after act wowed the audience in Coronation Park for … Read more

Dancers to strut their stuff at festival

The whole family can enjoy a fantastic free celebration of dance and music at Coronation Park in Ormskirk on Sunday 25 June between 11am and 4pm. The Ormskirk Dance Festival features exciting performances from a number of groups ranging from line dancing to street dance centred around the park bandstand. There will also be other musical … Read more

Ormskirk Community Dance Festival Coronation Park Sunday 25th June 11-4

  Divine Days Community Arts CIC are teaming up with Ormskirk Park Rangers for the third year running to organise this year’s Community Dance Festival. This year’s Community Dance Festival is bigger than ever this year and we are showcasing a wide range of performance troops we are so excited. It is one of our … Read more

Local community group receives funding to help with their sessions

Burscough based Divine Days have been awarded £10,000 in January 2017 from the Awards For All Big Lottery Fund and £1000 from the Lancashire County Council Heath and Well-bring Grant towards their sessions. Divine Days Creative Arts CIC was set up to make the Arts accessible to all – they run various creative workshops including Music, Dance, Creative … Read more

Calling All Local Dance Groups!

Divine Days Community Arts CIC are running this year’s Ormskirk Dance Festival in partnership with the Borough Council and Park Rangers. It is taking place on Sunday 25th June in Coronation Park between 11-4pm. Katie Whitehead from Divine Days says: “This year is going to be even bigger and showcasing even more talent from our community … Read more

Dramatic arts performance premiering soon at Central Library

Following on from a two week artist residency in St Helens Libraries, Iain Stringer Works will be premiering a new show at St.Helens Central Library to tie in with LGBT (lesbian, gay bisexual and trans) History Month 2017. Prevail is an exciting mix of dance and theatre exploring issues around homosexuality, pride and acceptance. A … Read more