Photo: Christian Farcher

On a summer festival tour with YELLOW 

YELLOW is a luscious piece performed outdoors. Claire Parsons Co. premiered YELLOW at the Spring Festival in Copenhagen (DK) on 29 May 2021 and will perform at the festival Malmö Summer Stage (SE) 15-19June 2021, at the Festival Scensommar in Växjö (SE) 29 June 2021 and outside Dieselverkstaden in Nacka, Stockholm (SE) 3 July 2021.

At the Summer Stage Festival in Malmö (SE) 15-19 June 2021, Yellow will be performed in the following places:

Tuesday 15 juni, 10:00 in Kroksbäcksparken
Tuesday 15 juni, 14:00  in Kroksbäcksparken
Wednesday 16 juni, 10:00 in Grevens park, Bunkeflostrand
Wednesday 16 June, 14:00 in Grevens park, Bunkeflostrand
Thursday 17 June, 10:00 in Augustenborgsparken
Thursday 17 June; 14:00 in Augustenborgsparken
Friday 18 June, 10:00 in Risebergaparken
Friday 18 June, 14:00 in Risebergaparken
Saturday 19 June; 10:00 at Rosengårdsfältet
Saturday 19 June, 14:00 at Rosengårdsfältet


Photo: Lars Lanehed

Performing at the Astrid Lindgren Memorial Award 

Join us to celebrate the 2020 and 2021 laureates Baek Heena and Jean-Claude Mourlevat! The online award ceremony takes place on May 31 at 19:00 CET.

The Astrid Lindgren Memorial Award was created in 2002 by the Swedish government to promote every child’s right to great stories. With a prize of five million Swedish kronor, it is the largest award of its kind

The award is presented by the Swedish Minister for Culture and Democracy and H.R.H. Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden. Journalist Amie Bramme Sey will guide you through the program, flanked by Claire Parsons Co.

– A sense of anticipation runs like a common thread throughout the ceremony. We celebrate the laureates in a place where rain is juggling under clouds, a dog flies by and we dance on a mirror-polished carpet, says choreographer Claire Parsons.

Dancers: Elin Hallgren, Viktor Gyllenberg, Linn Ragnarsson, David Nondorf.

Watch a video from the ceremony here.


Photo Thomas Hultgren

Reviving and preparing 

Claire Parsons Co. is reviving cultural engines and visions preparing touring, filming and streaming company works. The new outdoor production YELLOW, is a delightful mix of movement and delicious music where 3 performers meet some yellow companions. The company is reviving a take on the classic with  LITTLE SWAN LAKE at The Royal Dramatic Theatre in Stockholm (SE), and premiering I AM THINKING ABOUT at The Dance Museum in Stockholm (SE), a personal tribute to the iconic Svenska Baletten/The Swedish Ballet that provoked and delighted the Paris cultural scene of the 1920’s.

Claire Parsons Co. is eagerly awaiting culture, performances and the arts to once again be part of our lives.


Photo Sören Vilks


Claire Parsons Co. is premiering a digital performance of their take on the classic in LITTLE SWAN LAKE, a unique collaboration with the Swedish Royal Dramatic Theatre. LITTLE SWAN LAKE will be available at LITTLE SWAN LAKE is a highly wilful take for young audiences. A dance and circus performance about performing in Swan Lake in a new version. Join Claire Parsons Co. for A Royal Dramatic Theater streaming of this poetic and enticing take on the classic which will take place from April 1 2021 and the coming month. Watch it here.

LITTLE SWAN LAKE is a vailable for touring fall 2021 and onwards.

A tender and wilful take on Tchaikovsky’s classic tale” Svenska Dagbladet
”..45 minutes of pure movement joy” Expressen
We leave performance elevated. Ready to fly off together.” Dagens Nyheter


Photo Mats Åsman

Premiering YELLOW

Join us outdoors for a moment of delicious dancing and music, with circus, dance, juggling and a yellow companion. Claire Parsons Co’s new production YELLOW premieres September 19 in Huddinge at 1, 2 and 3 pm, as well as a sneak, peek for pre-schoolers September 18th at 11 and 12 am. September 22 and 25 YELLOW will perform at Haninge Pop-up festival, a corona-safe celebration of the performing arts in an outdoor setting.

YELLOW is an outdoor performance suitable for open spaces and public spaces, a park or a museum. YELLOW suits audiences from 3 and up. We will be touring and performing this yellow delight also in 2021. The piece is 15 minutes.

Three figures show up at place close to you. A yellow ball rolls past us. A cone shows up. Red clubs fly by up above us and a yellow companion shows up. Who are we and where do the yellow things come from?

Performers: Mira Björkman, Viktor Gyllenberg och Elin Hallgren
Choreography and concept: Claire Parsons Music: Mikael Svanevik Costume: Bitte Palm Masque: Angelika Ekeberg Technique: Fredrik Myr


Photo Petra Hellberg

GRASS is touring in northern Sweden 

Our poetic performance GRASS for audiences from 4 and up, is presently on tour in Norrbotten, northern Sweden, in a collaboration with Dans i Nord. We will be meeting young audiences in Arvidsjaur, Piteå, Kiruna, Pajala, Kalix and Haparanda! September 19 we will present our latest production SOON SWOON at Acusticum in Piteå. More information here→.

Performers on this tour are Viktoria Andersson, Linn Christine Ragnarsson, Petter Wadsten, Onni Toivonen and our technical director Christian Farcher.


Photo Martin Skoog

SOON SWOON from Scengalej to Sundsvall 

We will be performing at Scengalej, a Performing Arts Fair for young audiences in Norrköping close to Stockholm, presenting a corona-safe extract of SOON SWOON. More information here→.

October 5 we will set off on a month-long tour with SOON SWOON. Our touring dates are as follows: October 5–8 Kristianstad, October 13–14 Malmö, October 20–22 Kristianstad, October 24 The Childrens’ Stage/Barnens Scen Malmö, November 3–6 Nacka, November 12–14 Täby and November 25–26 Sundsvall.


November 5–6 SOON SWOON also performs for school audiences in the Stockholm region. December 9–10 we will be at Dansens Hus. School performances are in collaboration with Dansistan, a regional network for dance and circus for young audiences. More information here→.


© Dansmuseet/Museum of Dance, Stockholm (SE)

Claire Parsons celebrates a 100 year anniversary of Le Ballet Suédois

In October the Dance Museum in Stockholm will inaugurate a new exhibit.  in celebration of the iconic Le Ballet Suédois.  with the defining title If you don’t like it you can go to hell – Ballet Suédois 1920–1925.  A celebration and inspiration. We can reveal that Claire Parsons will contribute with an event in the exhibit. More information soon!


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