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Book Coming Soon

Cosmos Director Dominic White is now writing a book to publish the ground-breaking research on cosmic spirituality which has emerged from the Cosmos project. See the blog The Lost Knowledge of Christ

Cosmos Teams Up With Cutting-Edge Dance Company

An exciting new collaboration and an honour for director Dominic White. Dominic is excited and honoured to have become Patron of a new dance company, the Eliot Smith Company Eliot is a young, visionary dancer who is profoundly attuned to the spiritual value of dance and the human needs of performers. He and his company will be producing one Cosmos event every year. We’ll keep you posted!”


Past Events

Cosmos: Feet on the Earth and Head in the Stars

Performed by Ephata Dance Company, from Cherbourg, Poole's twin-town, this latest performance of the successful Cosmos project explores the plight and the gifts of migrants: born in one part of the Cosmos, come to another.

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Cosmos amateur workshop project

Cosmos has now developed another form: movement workshops with amateurs. They will shortly be starting in Newcastle-upon-Tyne, in response to interest from the  local artistic and spiritual communities. This began in Paris in 2010 as a cutting-edge research project, Practical Theology of the Body. Working with colleagues in the Theology of the Arts section of the Institut Catholique de Paris, Cosmos director Dominic White began with weekly sessions of relaxation, meditation and improvised movement.

Workshop (English): Click Here


Cosmos on the labyrinth

The Echo républicain newspaper (26 June 2011) hailed the “astonishing choreography” of Lambert Vadrot’s interpretation of Cosmos at Chartres cathedral on 24th June. The Indian dancer, working on the labyrinth of the cathedral, brought Cosmos to new heights before hundreds of pilgrims who had come to the “Night of the Cathedrals”, a celebration of Midsummer’s Night, which is also the birthday of the Christian prophet St. John the Baptist.

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Cosmos Chartres
24th June 2011, 9.30 pm and 11 pm

A “nuit blanche” (« white night ») will take place at Chartres Cathedral on Friday 24th June, when it will stay open until midnight. From 7.30 pm, music, poetry, dance and silence will fill the space and accompany your exploration of the cathedral.
Why 24th June ? It’s close to the summer solstice, the natural hight-point of the year ; and for Christians, it’s the birthday of St. John the Baptist, the forerunner of the Christ, who would come to reconnect heaven and earth.

On that night, Indian dancer Lambert Vadrot will interpret three of the Cosmos dances on the cathedral labyrinth. These three form the central section of Cosmos, The Rites of Spring. The first dance, The Secret, is a rain-dance and a dance of love. The Sacrifice is an uncompromising confrontation with the darkness of evil and guilt. Regeneration reveals to us the energy beyond words of life which has risen from the dead.

The dances will be performed twice during the evening, at 9.30 and 11. Each performance will last about half an hour.

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Cosmos performance in Paris

On Sunday 3rd April Cosmos arrives in the Val-de-Marne, the focal point for new dance in the Paris region. This is a new chapter for Cosmos, as it is the first time we’ve been commissioned to dance for the struggle for global justice. The 4th dance of Cosmos, The Mystery of Time will be choreographed and performed by Indian dancer Lambert Vadrot, together with his own work, The Seven Days of Creation. This takes place in the context of a Rencontre Liberté (“Freedom Encounter”) with ACAT (Association of Christians Against Torture), a well-established charity which campaigns for the abolition of torture and the release of prisoners of conscience. Dominic White, the founder and director of Cosmos, will also be speaking at this event.

2.30 pm, Sunday 3rd April, at the Church of Sainte-Croix, Ivry Port. Metro Mairie d’Ivry, RER Ivry-sur-Seine. Free admission, retiring collection. See poster for more details.

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Cosmos Film Event: Tuesday 30 November 8 pm, Couvent de l’Annonciation, 222 rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré, Paris 75008. Entry free, collection for future Cosmos events.

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Film of the Cosmos 2009 performance in London on Saturday 23rd October at 2 pm sharp in the basement room of St Mary of the Angels church, Artesian Road, Bayswater, London W2.

The film will be shown in the context of a meeting of the Bard School artists’ fellowship. This year the theme is Jewish spirituality, with the autumn term focussing on Teshuva, returning to the Wellsprings of Life. Come and be inspired anew by good memories, and firing each other up with new ideas!

The event will last for 2 hours – 1 ½ hours of film and half an hour’s discussion

Free admission, with collection at the end to be divided between the Bard School and Cosmos.

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Nearest tubes Notting Hill Gate or Bayswater


Cosmos Sea Dance in Paris:

Thursday 25th March 

The Sea Dance from Cosmos will form part of a “Concert Choréographique”, Annonciation, at the Priory Church of the Annunciation, 222 Rue du Faubourg St.-Honoré, Paris 75008, on Thursday 25th March at 8.30 pm.

Choreographed by the K622 dance company, the evening will also include dances to Gregorian chant and to organ music by J.S. Bach. Tickets: 20 euros, 15 euros for students and the unwaged.

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Past Events

Cosmos film event and talk in Paris:

Saturday 20 February at 7 pm

Forum-104, 104, Rue du Vaugirard, Paris 75006. Nearest metro Montparnasse-Bienvenuë

There will be a film of one of the Cosmos dances during Regarder et Voir ("Look and See"), a Catholic Mass with a difference on Saturday 20 February, 7 pm at Forum-104, 104, Rue du Vaugirard, Paris 75006. Nearest metro Montparnasse-Bienvenuë

The event includes a meal after the Mass, so there is a charge of 10 euros to cover the food and other expenses. The Mass will include other visual testimonies, including a traveller who has spent a lot of time in deserts.


Cosmos The Nine :: Click For Event Poster

Fire in the Snow

Two full performances of Dominic White new
environmental dance work.

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Great Success at the "Fire In the Snow" show

More art, spirituality and inner healing, meeting angels, a journey through death bereavement to peace and discovering the meaning of time.

Dance Pieces

Season of the dead
The Mystery of Time

Fire in the Snow

In the summer we introduced you to The Sea Dance. In Fire in the Snow we’re offering the other three pieces from the Origins section of Cosmos: the origins, the beginnings of our journeying, our spiritual wonderings.

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