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“The workshop was fantastic. The students all really concentrated and the feedback today is how much they enjoyed it.”

Aberdeen College

“The children loved the workshop and loved the fact that they knew part of the dance that was to be performed. They enjoyed performing their dances and really worked hard. The performance we thought was spectacular! The children were mesmerised throughout. It really inspired the children, so much so that we are going to develop the work they did in the workshop to create our own version to perform to the rest of the school. Thanks again for a lovely experience.”

Whitestone Primary School, Swansea


Dance and dancing is for everyone and now your group has the opportunity to be part of a fun and creative workshop led by our talented, skilled and professional company dancers.

Our dance workshops are ideal for all ages as a fun and engaging way to develop confidence, communication, creativity, critical thinking and improve cultural awareness.

Our workshops can be tailored to your groups needs, abilities, age and interest  and can be delivered at your school or choice of venue. We can run workshops for up to 2 hours and make them bespoke to your groups needs. A standard workshop includes:

  • Warm up session which is relevant to the level of curriculum or area of study or interest.
  • Learn a piece of dance.
  • Q and A with the dancers - ask questions, and find out more about dance

Workshops are led by NDCWales’ skilled, professional company dancers.

Cost and Bookings:
Workshops can be tailored to your groups needs and can last between 90 minutes and a fulll day and are delivered at your school or venue.

For further information and bookings please contact 029 2063 5600   

 Email: sarah@ndcwales.co.uk


“I had some wonderful feedback from the class teachers concerned. All were delighted with the group behaviour management. We were especially happy that our boys were enjoying the session too -it’s been hard trying to get them into dance club!” 

– Allensbank Primary School