My programme is limited for the obvious reason.

We are both well and living in an area with little virus so far.

We will be in Australia for the rest of 2020.

Take care and stay well!

I am posting updates to my schedule on the

Current Schedule page.

                                                      Andrew       October  2020


In Andrew Morrish’s 40-year career in the arts he has been a performer, teacher, facilitator, mentor and advocate for a range of practices including improvisation, performance, dance education, dance therapy and dance research.

He was a founding member of Al Wunders’ seminal improvisation company “Theatre of the Ordinary”, based in Melbourne (1981-1987). This was followed by 12 years development and performing with Peter Trotman in “Trotman and Morrish” (1987-1999). 
He became freelance in 1993 after 20 years of full time employment as a public servant and teacher in primary, early childhood and special education.
In 2000 he moved to Sydney and based his teaching and solo performance practice at Omeo Dance Studio. 
In 2002 he relocated his work to Europe and now teaches and performs regularly in Australia and Europe. 
Since 2013 he has been based in East Gippsland, Australia when not travelling for his performing and teaching work. 

During 2019 he taught and performed in
     France (Paris, Bouxwiller, Besançon), 
     Germany (Berlin, Cologne, Munich, Stuttgart, Freiburg), 
     Sweden (Gothenburg), Norway (Oslo), Poland (Poznan), 
     Netherlands (Amsterdam), 
     Austria (Linz), 
     New Zealand (Auckland) 
     Australia (Castlemaine, Canberra, Brisbane, Sydney,  
     Adelaide, Melbourne, Hobart).

From 1996 to 2006 he was an original member of Neil Thomas’ “Urban Dream Capsule”  which was a pioneering durational public art event in which the 4 members of the capsule lived in a department store window 24 hours a day for between 10 and 21 days. The Project appeared 13 times over 10 years festivals in Australia, New Zealand, Asia, Europe and the Americas. 

From 2008 until 2013 he was an Visiting Research Fellow in the Drama Division of Huddersfield University (U.K.)

In 2016 he was awarded the Dance Fellowship of the Australia Council for the  Arts (2016-2017).