Discover our Online Events during Refugee Week 2020.

Live online sharings, classes, workshops and many more activities for you to get involved in!

We are currently delivering projects in the UK as well as undertaking international research.

“My experiences have made me extremely passionate about advancing the notion that art can heal, and advocating dance as a tool to; steer social change, encourage community integration and cultural exchange, and remove barriers of participation in the arts… I feel a responsibility to offer dance as a form of dialogue and expression for those who need it.” – Ellen Hathaway, Artistic Director.

"...One of the best things about coming here was the Ellen Hathaway Dance Company. To dance is to express oneself and you need a comfortable environment, Ellen and Joseph created not only a comfortable but a safe and happy environment for me to do so and I can't thank them enough!"
Amanda Nwadukwe
Refugee Dance Workshop Participant


"Heart-warming relatable tales of lockdown"


Blue Lines 2020

“… I think it’s important to remember that these are real people and real stories and I think that their words absolutely need to be heard…Ellen’s work is really heart felt and honest and she’s delivering a very important message…It’s important to be having these conversations of forced displacement and to hear these stories and hear about the suffering people are enduring around the world…”

Stephanie Bentley