Dansens Hus is Swedens largest venue for contemporary dance and closely related performance art from Sweden and around the world.

Dansens Hus was inaugurated in 1991 and is situated in Folkets Hus by Norra Bantorget in central Stockholm. Its main stage has a capacity of 766 people, the small stage has an audience capacity of 140 seats. In addition two dance studios provide space for rehearsals and training.

Dansens Hus’ aim is to present high quality contemporary Swedish and international companies and choreographers that have affected artistic expression over the last decades – along with the ones who will do so in the future. The program is topped off with informed seminars, inquisitive lectures, hands on-workshops, playful children’s activities and engaging exhibitions.


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    2018 is a wrap and it’s time to say thank you for a year full of exciting projects! I feel really really lucky that I’m able to work with so many great people and institutions around the world. I performed 35 times across 7 countries, spent 10 weeks creating (and restaging) 5 different works with...
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  • Sunny at Dansens Hus

    Slippery, free and sunny

    Who doesn’t love Google Translate? It’s not only one of the most useful web tools out there, but probably also the most poetic. It doesn’t just translate the content of an article but adds an almost artistic layer to it. At least to my weird mind. SUNNY at Stockholm’s Dansens Hus was a big success....
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