Dream Space at The Exchange, Erith

Dates and times

Thursday 23 March, 17:30


The Exchange,
The Old Library,
Walnut Tree Road,



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Dream Space. A performer is hidden behind the foliage of a eucalyptus tree

Dream Space is a new work created by the Performance Company at Greenwich Dance, in response to the cost-of-living crisis, the development of warm spaces and our individual lived experiences. The work is a movement exploration inspired by our shared stories as we look at the world we live in, where chaos and paradise are so closely related.

When things around us are turbulent, we look to find stillness and calm. It is an opportunity for us to take a closer look and realise that together we can create a dream space where a sense of belonging is embedded in our values and stories of hope.

We ask… can I exist without others? How can I reach out and truly connect? Can we become one? What can this dream space look like? Can wellbeing and care be at its core? Which values would you bring?

What to expect

This will be an informal event and we will be in The Old Library, Town Hall space at The Exchange, Erith.  We start with a gentle warm up, inviting guests to join us if they wish, or simply get comfy and settle in to watch the performance. We end with an opportunity to ask questions to the dancers.

Choreography: Maria de Luz Ghoumrassi and company

Do come early – Grab a drink from the amazing Bookstore Restaurant and Deli

Lets us know if you have any access needs.

Who's Who

Photo of Maria Ghoumrassi's head

Maria da Luz Ghoumrassi

Dancer, choreographer, educator and movement director

Maria da Luz Ghoumrassi works through multidisciplinary arts to develop intercultural performance and has extensive experience working with a diversity of groups ranging from early years to older dancers, including performers and people with disabilities.

She was in the original cast of The Lion King and has performed with various companies including TV work. She has recently performed for Tate Modern and The London College of Fashion.

She has worked for Greenwich Dance for over 10 years as artistic director of  our Performance Company for Adults, Lead artists for our Dance for Wellbeing programme,  Maria also delivers professional and community classes.