We run a range of courses and projects throughout the year for all ages and abilities and we create tailored programmes for specific groups. This can range from specialist wheelchair dance programmes, to dance classes for people with sight loss, and working in community settings to provide dance for people in residential care, hospital, special education needs schools, as we as 1:1 dance movement support. Our teachers are specialised in a wide range of dance styles including Ballroom, Contemporary, Musical Theatre, Swing, Latin, and Bollywood.
We also present professional and community dance productions, showcasing diverse artistic talent. We want to see more audiences enjoying dance performance and to come
away from our shows wanting more. Performance can provide a positive opportunity to develop dance ability, and many of our participants enjoy having something to work towards, and the social, and
personal benefits that brings. As part of our performance work we also provide community dance workshops and encourage post-show audience discussions with our artists.
Look out for news of current programmes on our social media or please contact us with any questions or to discuss specific opportunities.
Current highlights (for details call: 07976 363861 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org):
Ballroom programme for adults with sight loss. Free.
11th January to 21st March 2020. 3.30-4.30pm
The Abbey Centre, 34 Great Smith Street, London SWiP 3BU.
Supported by the Mayor of London this weekly programme is aimed at beginner-advance beginner adults with sight loss. Our expert dance instructor will take participants through different ballroom and Latin dance steps and sequences in a supportive, fun setting. We have a team of volunteers to support participants during the sessions. As this is a free programme of a set length we ask that participants check they can attend at least 9 out of 11 sessions as we have a set number of places. to book your place please call or email us.
Dance Westminster: Pan-disability dance workshops and competition. Free.
Workshops: 3rd, 7th, 11th December. Finals: 23rd January 2020.
We have teamed up with Westminster City Council to create a fantastic opportunity for disabled people to take part in a dance workshop, and to audition for a place in the Dance Westmisnter Finals where 10 finalsits will perform with a professional dance partner. For details and to register visit Westminster: Dance Westminster.