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Tap Dance: Bursary Awards Selection Event 2020

Read more about our Tap Faculty's online Selection Event, with attendee feedback and the competition results.

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Our Commitment to Safeguarding

We recognise the need to provide a safe and caring environment for children, young people and adults.

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A Saturday to Remember

Carole Ann Watson talks socially-distanced-performances in Italy and navigating students back to 'some sort of normal'.

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World Music Day 2021

It's World Music Day. What's your favourite piece of music to dance to and do you think music is important to dance?

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Introducing our LGBTQIA+ Think Tank

We introduce a number of our LGBTQIA+ Think Tank Members by asking them for their thoughts on LGBTQIA+ inclusion in dance.

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The Digital Leap

Rachel Mills, Head of Dance at Ålesund Cultural School, tells us about her experience of teaching and learning from a secluded Norway town.

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Sharing Success: A Student-Teacher Journey

To mark the end of Mental Health Awareness Week, we speak to Delia Sainsbury and her student of six years, Joshua Fowler.

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Cecchetti Ballet Faculty: Spring Programme

Shirley-Anne Osborne reflects on the Society's Spring Programme.

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CEO Ginny Brown on wellbeing

This week is Mental Health Awareness Week. We’ve spoken to our CEO Ginny Brown to find out how she incorporates good mental health and wellbeing into her work with the Society.

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Classical Indian Dance Bursary Competition Results

See the results of this year's online competition which saw over 70 entrants

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Remembering Alan Grassby

Julie Earnshaw reflects on the life of Alan Grassby, devoted husband, father, teacher, choreographer and promoter

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A new online intensive course for members

We have just 40 places for this intensive 4-day training programme, designed to upskill teachers to reach new audiences in the local community and beyond

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