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Inclusive dance company receives backing from The Dance Enterprise Ideas Fund

Around 10.7 million people watch the BBC’s Strictly Come Dancing There are 11.2 million disabled people in the UK (that’s 1 in 5 of us) Wheelchair Latin and Ballroom dance is recognised by the International Paralympic Committee and disabled and non-disabled couples compete together around the world. Why in a city of 8.7 million people, isn’t there a single place ... Read More »

The Apr/May issue is out now!

The April/May issue is out now of PosAbility Magazine, with many exciting features and a focus on disability dance, a movement that is dramatically progressing in the world of disability arts. Read on to find out what’s inside the latest issue. A Purposeful Step: Birds of Paradise dance company raise awareness of the disability dance scene in Scotland Speak Of ... Read More »

London SEN children set to RADiate

Specialised dance classes for children on the autism spectrum have been expanded in London. The RADiate project – led by the Royal Academy of Dance (RAD) and with generous new funding provided by the City of London Corporation’s charity, the City Bridge Trust – will offer subsidised dance classes to children on the autism spectrum, including children with moderate to ... Read More »