Scottish based seminal choreographer Alan Greig has been creating national and international work for three decades. His passion to create emotional and highly visual dance and thought provoking experimental educational projects has been acclaimed by critics and audiences alike.



Alan is an internationally successful and accomplished mentor to choreographers, dancers and students in a variety of disciplines.
These include working with Dance Base, Scotland’s National Centre for Dance) mentor for their prestigious Dancers Emerging Bursary Scheme’ 2012/13 (DEBS). As part of this programme four emerging Scottish-based artists were mentored over a one-year period and supported with additional free classes and opportunities to develop their work.
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Alan has been teaching professionally since 1986 and has taught thousands of students across a wide spectrum of ages and abilities from youth organisations to professional companies.
All workshops are tailored to meet the specific demands and needs of the client group and can offer 90-minute technique classes, two hour creative workshops, half and full day workshops, professional masterclass and week-long residencies.
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Alan performed for 20 years with X Factor Dance Company as well as working with other companies including Commonground Sign Dance Theatre (London) Janice Parker Productions (Scotland), Theatre du Pif (Hong Kong), David Hughes Dance, Off Kilter and SmallPetiteKlein.
X factor and its later incarnation Alan Greig Dance Theatre toured to small and midscale venues throughout Scotland and the UK and also to Germany, the USA, and China.
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Alan is a renowned choreographer of national and international reputation who has created over 60 professional productions.
Greig’s work is rich in collaboration with writers, lighting designers and specially commissioned sound scores. “Greig has dipped into the surreal subconscious with his own distinctive mix of spoof humor and attractive lyrical movement. Greig’s comic interventions are wickedly funny while a high-octane duet is a beguiling instance of Greig’s choreographic finesse.” (The Herald)
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