Against a dark background, two performers dance in a flurry of falling paper, mostly white, with colourful scraps in amongst them.
Image credit: Summer Dean

Club Origami


Rip, fold and scrumple!

Shall we see what we can make with a single square of paper?

As you scrunch the paper, see how your imagination begins to dance…

Dive into the magical world of Club Origami, an immersive and interactive dance show inviting family audiences to create, imagine and explore whole new ways of thinking, playing and moving. Dance, fashion and live music meet the magic of origami to sweep us up on a spirited and inspiring adventure in a land made purely of paper and play.

Against a black background, a young person with long dark hair smiles and holds a crown of folded white paper on their head. Their hands frame their face, fingers extended.
Image credit: Summer Dean

When and Where

Sat 25 May, 11.45am

Venue: Universal Hall 
The Park Ecovillage, Findhorn, IV36 3TZ

Age: Recommended for children aged 6 and under and their families


Children aged 6 and under: £5
Anyone aged 7 and older: £8



Concept: Takeshi Matsumoto
Created and performed by:
 Makiko Aoyama, Robert Howat, Takeshi Matsumoto
 Robert Howat
 Lou Cope
 Rosie Heafford
Set and Lighting Design:
 Ben Pacey
Costume Design:
 Giulia Scrimieri
Costume Maker:
 Hania Kosewicz

Club Origami is commissioned and produced by Little Big Dance – a pioneering national initiative creating new dance work for children aged five and under, led by South East Dance in partnership with DanceEast, Take Art and Yorkshire Dance and funded by Paul Hamlyn Foundation and Arts Council England, co-commissioned by Birmingham Hippodrome, Dance Umbrella, Strike-a-light and Spark Arts. Credit for print: A Little Big Dance commission, led by South East Dance in partnership with DanceEast, Take Art and Yorkshire Dance. Co-commissioned by Birmingham Hippodrome, Dance Umbrella, Strike-a- light and Spark Arts.