Dance Ability 1

Weekly movement, play and creative dance sessions for disabled children and their siblings. Dance Ability is open to children with any physical and/or learning disability or sensory impairment and their siblings. Wheelchair users are welcome.

Organiser – Trinity Laban
Weekly Class :

Wednesdays

12/09/2018 - 05/12/2018 Half Term Date : 24/10/18
4:00 pm - 4:45 pm
£5 per session
5-12 Years
No Previous Dance Experience Necessary
All Abilities
A dance teacher stands watching a child in a pink top and black leggings with long curly hair dancing. Dance Ability class. Photo: Roswitha Chesher.

Venue – The Laban Building

Address

Creekside
London
SE8 3DZ

Full Venue Information

For Joining and More Information Contact

Parent and Carer Information

Studio / Venue Information

Classes usually take place in Studio 1 but please check with Reception when you arrive. Near reception, there are security gates into the venue but these are usually open at class times – if not, please go to Reception and they will give you access.  For more detailed venue information, see the venue links on this page.

Joining and Tasters

Please contact us to join the class. Taster sessions are available so you can see if the class is right for you.

Watching Classes

We discourage parents / carers from watching classes either inside the studio or from the hallway through the glass doors. This is because it can be distracting for participants. However, if your child is nervous or anxious or requires additional support and you would prefer to stay in the class, please speak to the class teacher.

Staffing

1 Lead Artist and 3 Assistants
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Gemma Coldicott, Lead Artist (Photo by Roswitha Chesher)

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Emily Robinson, Assistant (Photo by Roswitha Chesher)

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Angeline Morgan Welsh, Assistant (Photo by Roswitha Chesher)

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Eilidh Scott, Assistant (Photo by Roswitha Chesher)