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Welcome To DanceSyndrome

DanceSyndrome is a multi-award winning inclusive dance charity based in Lancashire with a special focus on including everyone, regardless of ability.

We provide weekly inclusive dance workshops for people with and without disabilities, as well as leadership training in line with our unique co-delivery model – people with and without disabilities work together to offer high quality provision. Our group of performance artists attend regular special events and exclusive performances, again emphasising a focus on “ability, not disability”.

We strive to provide opportunities for people with disabilities to not only be included, but to become more visible citizens, have their voices heard on important issues, to follow their dreams and to succeed in their ambitions. Our work inspires and empowers both dancers and audiences to believe that opportunities are endless for people who refuse to be defined by disability.

We can only do all of this thanks to the support of individuals and businesses who fundraise and donate to our charity. Thank you for your continued support!

What’s Coming Up

27
Sep

EXTEND: Inclusive Jazz Dance

11:00 am — 11:45 am

EXTEND: Musical Jazz Dance EXTEND is a programme of inclusive technique classes exploring different styles of dance. These sessions are perfect for both beginners and those with experience. Each class will begin with technical exercises and then explore set choreography, which will be developed over a number of weeks. To get a taste of these…

27
Sep

EXTEND: Contemporary Dance

11:45 am — 12:30 pm

EXTEND: Contemporary Dance EXTEND is a programme of inclusive technique classes exploring different styles of dance. These sessions are perfect for both beginners and those with experience. Each class will begin with technical exercises and then explore set choreography, which will be developed over a number of weeks. To catch a glimpse of these wonderful…

The DanceSyndrome team
27
Sep

EXTEND: Street Dance

1:15 pm — 2:00 pm

EXTEND: Street Dance EXTEND is a programme of inclusive technique classes exploring different styles of dance. These sessions are perfect for both beginners and those with experience. Each class will begin with technical exercises and then explore set choreography, which will be developed over a number of weeks. To get a taste of these wonderful…

News

Christopher Reid is 24 years old, from East London. He is a keen athlete who…

On 1st September 2021, DanceSyndrome is excited to welcome Julie Nicholson as our new Managing…

  The DanceSyndrome team would like to thank the many businesses who have supported our…

Dance Leaders from DanceSyndrome are excited to be back in regular indoor dance sessions, after…

We are currently have Trustee opportunities for two new Trustees to join the DanceSyndrome family…

A local teenager is fundraising for charity this summer, despite having had recent surgery to…

A national organisation supporting mental health charities has chosen to boost the fundraising efforts of…

Following our last Covid update on 15th June, we are excited that following government confirmation,…

Christopher Reid is 24 years old, from East London. He is a keen athlete who…

Sue & Malcolm’s fundraising sailing challenge DanceSyndrome was founded in 2009 by Jen Blackwell, who…

Millie Kingsnorth is from Biddenden, Kent. At the age of 21 years old, she was…

This year Father’s Day falls in Learning Disability Week so we wanted to share some…

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