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This year, Springdance will be held for the last time. After almost 30 years, it was time for something new, if only because the wind in The Hague is suddenly coming from the right and that is bad for business. At least if you want to show innovative art. Which is why Springdance is merging this year with Utrecht's other festival of progressive performing arts, Festival aan de Werf, which has also been around for over 25 years. Next year should see a new merger festival, and we are...

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This year, Springdance will be held for the last time. After almost 30 years, it was time for something new, if only because the wind in The Hague is suddenly coming from the right and that is bad for business. At least if you want to show innovative art. Which is why Springdance is merging this year with Utrecht's other festival of progressive performing arts, Festival aan de Werf, which has also been around for over 25 years. Next year should see a new merger festival, and we are...

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