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Dance Proms is nearly here!

Dance Proms is nearly here!

30 October 2013

We can't wait to see the performers on stage at the Royal Albert Hall on Sunday 3rd Nov.

Add to CalendarThe teams, especially those coming from far away, have already set off on their journey to London. Once here, they will be rehearsing before the big day at the Royal Albert Hall on Sunday 3rd November. 

We would like to thank our sponsors who have helped us to make it all happen. Thumbs up to: Harlequin Floors, Consider This - A Total Marketing Solution, Billy Elliot the Musical, Romax - Data Driven & Direct Marketing Services to the Arts, Dancewear Central, Advanced Secure Technologies, British Association of Teachers of Dancing and RAD Enterprises

Good luck to all of the performers!

Behind every great dancer is an inspirational dance teacher!

450 young dancers will take to the stage to perform 25 original pieces which include dancers from schools across the UK, Italy, Belgium and New Zealand, representing 10 dance styles from Street to Tap to Ballet.

Guest acts include; winners of the 2013 Dance World Cup, Flex Dance Theater from Warsaw, Poland;  Tayluer & Jack* from Got to Dance, plus the ZooNation Youth Company.

Dance Proms 2013 looks set to be the best yet!

View the teaser video to get in the Dance Proms mood and don’t forget to purchase your official merchandise.

Patrons for 2013 include: Darcey Bussell CBE, Matt Flint, Len Goodman, Chris Hollins, Arlene Phillips CBE, Wayne McGregor CBE, Bonnie Langford, Lisa Riley and Angela Rippon OBE.

Book now!

Ticket prices range from £14.24 – £32.60 (including all booking and transaction fees) and are on sale through the Royal Albert Hall website or by calling 0845 401 5045 or +44 (0)20 7589 8212 (from outside the UK).

IDTA, ISTD and RAD members are eligible for a 10% discount on tickets – email info@danceproms.co.uk for your promotional code.

Dance Proms 2013 - website 













Dance Proms is a partnership project between the IDTA, ISTD, RAD and the Royal Albert Hall working together in celebration of dance and inspiring creativity.

*replacing Elliot, who is unable to appear owing to injury.


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