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Northern Ballet’s Physio team to the rescue

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Preparations are well underway for our Open House 2014 on Saturday 15 February and we can’t wait to welcome you to explore our home and discover more about life behind-the-scenes at Northern Ballet and Phoenix Dance Theatre.

During the day our resident Physiotherapists are on hand to offer completely free mini-Physiotherapy consultations. Chartered Physiotherapist Liz Atha tells us what to expect.

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Summer holidays are here!

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The summer holidays are upon us again and we’re sure that children and adults alike are looking forward to a well-deserved break!

Here in the Learning Department, our work continues throughout the holidays and we’re busy planning for our Summer Course for 7 – 11 year olds, which will take place from 24 – 27 August.

Adult Summer Courses 2015

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Just because the sun comes out (fingers crossed!) doesn't mean we have to stop dancing! Over the summer we will be running extra classes for adults wanting to dance in the sunshine.

Booking available now – email address must be provided at time of booking for communication and reminder of class place. 

Introducing...Ability

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After weeks of discussing, planning, filming and refining, our film Introducing…Ability is finally complete. Creating a dance film was completely new to all the dancers and it was the first time Sophie and I had worked this way with a group together. Sophie said, 'It was a learning curve for all of us and a process we’d all like to repeat.' 

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The START Project

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Since November last year, the Learning Team have been delivering the START project to 21 schools from across the region, engaging children who don’t normally have access to the arts, with ballet and live theatre.

Making a film - Week five

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At the start of this week’s session we watched footage from last week and began to discuss a structure for the film. We thought of what might create an exciting beginning and what would keep our audience interested.  I played the footage with and without music to make the participants think about how this changed the feeling of the footage.

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Making a film - Week four

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In Ability this week, we explored movement in the Atrium. Sophie and the participants devised a sequence focussing on the use of their head, hands and arms. As a group we decided the sequence would look effective filmed from a high angle.

I decided to film the sequence from other angles so the participants had a choice for the final edit. We also discussed what they would like to hear in the soundtrack. We were inspired by jazz music and the sounds their hands made as they hit the table.

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Audience reaction to the Mixed Programme

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Here's just a little of the feedback we've had for our Mixed Programme at The Linbury Studio Theatre at Royal Opera House.

Children's Hospice Week

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This week is Children's Hospice Week, organised by Together for Short Lives, and the focus this year is ‘making every moment count’. Having managed the START Hospices project that we've delivered for the last two years in partnership with Martin House Hospice in Boston Spa, Children's Hospice Week has made me stop and think about how the project affects the lives of the families who take part.

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