BamBam Frost is a dancer and choreographer based in Stockholm, Sweden. She graduated from Stockholm University of the Arts, with a bachelor of contemporary dance spring 2013. In her work she has moved between the club scene, commercial work, music videos and art institutions. During the spring 2018 she debuted with the piece SORRY.

BamBam’s work is in constant transformation and dialog with the now. There is a strong interest for social dances and pop cultural expressions. She plays with the thought of these as carriers of time, structures and context with which she through choreography can change the narratives of. Inspired by sci-fi BamBam uses choreography as a tool to imagine and propose alternatives.

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dream beam

We dream, but we have no clue about what this is yet. Practicing superpowers, real and fictional. They were dancing with crystal skin reflecting light all over the room. That was nice. Another day we practiced empathy. Thoughts of how certain powers, or perhaps enhanced skills, can create alternative structures and affect the way we function as a group are present. But everything we know now will change. So be patient, more will come. Think of us as we are trying to crack this code.

Choreographer: BamBam Frost
Performance: Ingrid Mugalu, Lydia Östberg Diakité, Adam Seid Tahir, Paul Adamah.
Light and Set design: Chrisander Brun
Composition: Yared Tilahun Cederlund
Production: (MDT) Sara Bergsmark, Terry Johnsson, Nordberg Movement.
With support from: Kulturrådet, Region Stockholm, Stockholm Stad, Norrlandsoperan, MDT.

YES (2020)

YES is a cascade of pleasure, sadness and dreams of possibilities. Morphing through a constant of what has been and what is. YES insists on fiction as a compass in the imagining of where we want to be. Yes yes yes. This could be something. YES is soft, YES is dense, YES is tension and release, YES is too much and not enough. YES is everything you touch you change.

YES is BamBam Frost’s second work, following her debut with SORRY in 2018.

Choreographer: BamBam Frost. Performance: BamBam Frost. Guest performer: Lydia Östberg Diakité. Light design: Anton Andersson. Sound design: Yared Cederlund. Set design: Lisa Berkert Wallard. Costume: Hanna Kisch. Co-helpers in the process: Lydia Östberg Diakité and Alexandra Tveit. Production: Sara Bergsmark (MDT), Nordberg Movement. Co production: BamBam Frost, MDT, Säfsten Produktion. Supported by Kulturrådet, the Swedish Arts Grants Committee, Stockholm Stad and Life Long Burning – Towards a sustainable Eco-System for Contemporary Dance in Europe project (2018-2022) supported by the Creative Europe programme of the European Union.


  • Previously performed at:
    Dansehallerne, Copenhagen 7-8 May 2020 (opening performances).

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