Dan Canham is a contemporary performance maker and choreographer. Central to his work lies an exploration that puts those performing and the felt experience of real human stories at its heart.
Chief instigator behind Still House, a performance company with shows including SESSION, Of Riders & Running Horses, Ours Was the Fen Country and 30 Cecil Street.
As movement director Dan has worked with Sally Cookson at the National Theatre, Bristol Old Vic, Leeds Playhouse, Tobacco Factory and Rose Theatre Kingston, as well as work with Verity Standen, Idle Motion, Bryony Kimmings, Coney, Aga Blonska & Tassos Stevens.
He is a National Theatre Studio New Work affliliate artist.
Dan has previously worked as a performer for Kneehigh Theatre, DV8 Physical Theatre, Punchdrunk & Fabulous Beast among other companies.
He draws a lot of inspiration from work outside of the UK and is open to collaborative possibilities within the UK and beyond.