Choreographing the Collection

23 June

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For this choreography themed Late, explore the Gallery through dance with a promenade performance inspired by our Collection, as well as dynamic drawing workshops in the Pavilion.


Choreographing the Collection

7:30-8:15 & 8:45-9:30 | Gallery - sign up for a timeslot at the Admissions Desk

Join Made by Katie Green for a danced tour of Dulwich Picture Gallery, designed by Kate McStraw. With four dancers as your guides, writing by Anna Selby and original music by Max Perryment, this playful promenade performance will introduce you to our Collection in a whole new way. Spaces are limited and are offered on a first-come-first-served basis so please arrive early to avoid disappointment. Sign up for the performances is at the Admissions Desk in the Gallery.

Drop-In Workshop

Dynamic Drawing

7:00-9:00 | Gallery Grounds

Come and sketch live dancer performances and movements with Art Macabre. Capture the body in motion and emotion expressed as our dancer-model weaves their way around the Pavilion. This is a drop-in workshop - just grab your material of choice and join in!


Visit the Pavilion Bar to enjoy classic cocktails and delicious sharing plates from the Camberwell Arms. The Gallery Café is also open serving a special Friday Late menu.


Get exclusive after-hours access to the first UK show in nearly 100 years devoted to watercolours by the Anglo-American artist, John Singer Sargent (1856-1925). Standard exhibition charge* applies and tickets can be purchased here and at the admissions desk in the Gallery.

*£15.50 Adult; £14.50 Senior Citizens; £7 Concessions; Free: Children, Friends


The Gallery owns one of the finest collections of Old Master paintings in the world - and to celebrate 200 years of visitors, entry to the Permanent Collection is FREE throughout the evening!


Check out our Gallery shop to discover unique gift ideas including books, homeware and jewellery.

Made By Katie Green 

After reading English at Cambridge University, Katie graduated from London Contemporary Dance School in 2006 and formed Made By Katie Green in the same year. She specialises in working with dance and heritage, most recently touring her promenade work The Imagination Museum to 28 sites across the UK from 2013-17, also creating new work for the British Museum, Ipswich Museum and for Surrey Arts as part of the 800th anniversary of the sealing of the Magna Carta. Katie is currently working with Kents Cavern in Torquay to develop a new promenade work for caves and underground sites called Beneath Our Feet.

As well as directing Made By Katie Green, Katie works as a performer, choreographer and teacher/mentor. She worked with Cie. Willi Dorner (Austria) from 2011-14 and with UK-based collective Casson & Friends from 2013-15 as part of the Selling Secrets project. Since 2014 Katie has been the Chair of the St Hugh's Foundation for the Arts.

Lates activities and entry to the Permanent Collection are free, but standard admission prices apply to Sargent: The Watercolours. Tickets can be purchased in advance here. We highly recommend booking the exhibition in advance as spaces are strictly limited and may sell out for time slots during the Late.

Part of Pavilion Lates. Supported by Ingrid Beazley. View the full programme >>

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23 June 2017