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by BBC Arts on March 21, 2018
Dance classes and art lessons 'should be on prescription'
by BBC Arts on March 21, 2018
Dance classes and art lessons should be available on prescription and health boards should help fund them, according to the Arts Council of Wales. A study of the health benefits to people who are unwell has recommended health board formalise..... Read full article
by Chris Middleton on March 09, 2018
£4.5m expansion for Dance Hub Birmingham
by Chris Middleton on March 09, 2018
The Dance Hub Birmingham development has received funding from Arts Council England and GBSLEP to expand its dance services within the region. Greater Birmingham & Solihull Local Enterprise Partnership’s (GBSLEP) commitment of £1.48 million... Read full article
by Chris Young on January 22, 2018
Arts Council gives Dance United Yorkshire £17,500 funding boost
by Chris Young on January 22, 2018
A local dance group that was set up to help young people become more engaged in the arts has been awarded a grant of £17,500. Dance United Yorkshire was given the dance funding grant by Arts Council England, from its resilience and sustainability ... Read full article
by De Montfort University Leicester on November 03, 2017
Research shows how arts organisations have tackled funding challenges
by De Montfort University Leicester on November 03, 2017
Academics from the Creative and Cultural Research Group at De Montfort University Leicester (DMU) tracked the fortunes of 20 regional arts companies over two years, following a 2010 Government funding review which led to nationwide cuts.... Read full article
on September 01, 2017
Why Angela Rippon thinks more over-55s should take up ballet
on September 01, 2017
The Royal Academy of Dance has launched new Silver Swans classes to boost the health and well-being of more mature dancers. Ballet has inspired numerous new fitness classes in recent years – and it’s not just on-trend 20-somethings... Read full article
by Beth Pridding on August 26, 2017
Dance hopefuls in Burton could learn to dance for free as Ultra Ballroom comes to town
by Beth Pridding on August 26, 2017
Budding dancers in Burton are being urged to get their gladrags on and get ready to boogie and ballroom, all in the name of charity.... Read full article
by Amelia Shaw on July 08, 2017
Gwynedd girl who overcomes hip disorder on the brink of pursuing dance career
by Amelia Shaw on July 08, 2017
A young performer with a congenital hip disorder has beaten medical odds to pursue her dream of becoming a professional dancer.... Read full article
by BBC News on July 06, 2017
Arlene Phillips plans dance gala in aid of Grenfell Fire victims
by BBC News on July 06, 2017
Former Strictly judge Arlene Phillips is arranging a special dance gala to raise funds for those affected by the Grenfell Tower fire.... Read full article
by Christy Romer on June 30, 2017
Dance development takes a hit in NPO funding round
by Christy Romer on June 30, 2017
Several dance organisations are “extremely disappointed” and “surprised” by Arts Council England’s (ACE’s) National Portfolio announcement, which has left swathes of the country without a dedicated dance development agency.... Read full article
by Mat Growcott on June 16, 2017
£250,000 on offer to talented Telford youngsters after Councillors' allowances cut
by Mat Growcott on June 16, 2017
Talented and gifted young people can apply for a new bursary – started after a cut in councillors allowance saved almost £250,000. Telford & Wrekin Council has launched the Leader and Cabinet Members’ Young Person Bursary, which it hopes will... Read full article
by Judith Burns (BBC) on June 03, 2017
Sporting plan to boost boys in ballet
by Judith Burns (BBC) on June 03, 2017
Moves from Angry Birds and Minecraft as well as footballers' goal celebrations are being used to encourage more boys to take up ballet. Just 1.8% of ballet exam candidates are boys, says the Royal Academy of Dance. Now the RAD has enlisted help from... Read full article
by Christy Romer on May 11, 2017
£2.3m to expand dance-based health initiative
by Christy Romer on May 11, 2017
The rollout of a dance-based falls prevention programme by arts and health charity Aesop will see 1,000 older people benefit from a new £2.3m investment.... Read full article
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