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Last week Arts Council England outlined its Creative Case for Diversity. In his launch speech the Chair of Arts Council England, Sir Peter Bazalgette (Baz), placed responsibility on every funded organisation to make their programme of work more reflective of the communities they serve.
We hosted an Accessible Dance sharing brought together groups of dancers with mobility issues and learning difficulties giving them a chance to perform on a professional stage for their friends, family and carers.
in motion is a unique programme for self propelling wheelchair users and people with mobility issues aged 8-19. The programme will enable you to let your creativity flourish and give you the confidence to move in a way you have never done before.
This page is about our Open Summer course, click here information about our Academy's International Summer school Ignite your imagination this summer and join us for a magical week of dance and storytelling inspired by the enchanting tale of Peter Pan.
Last week at Northern Ballet 48 children took part in our open Easter Course! The children, all aged between 6 and 13 had a great time looking at extracts from Northern Ballet’s current productions; Three Little Pigs and Cinderella.
With only a few weeks left until we head into April, it’s time to start thinking about the Easter holidays and activities that will keep your children entertained and active after eating all those chocolate Easter eggs!
Here at Northern Ballet we are always striving to bring exciting stories to life through dance. This week, we celebrated World Book Day and wanted to ask you what has been your favourite story Northern Ballet has transformed into a ballet and why? From William Shakespeare to Charles Dickens, Northern Ballet has created productions inspired by stories from some of the world’s most-loved authors.
Northern Ballet are one of a very few number of dance companies in England to regularly offer audio described performances of their productions for the visually impaired.  Audio description of live performances, like the audio description service on television, describes the action using descriptive rather than technical language, for those who cannot see it.
Big Ballet may have seen their last curtain call but the stage door is always open with Northern Ballet  

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