Youth Dance North East creates opportunities for young people to access high quality, meaningful dance activity your area. This work is implemented across the region through the creation of six Youth Dance Hubs. Below is information of our Youth Dance Programme.
Youth Dance Hubs
Find out more information about your local Youth Dance Hub and the activities happening in your area.
Pulse and U.Dance 2014
Pulse North East is the regional U.Dance event for the North East and will give groups from all over the region the opportunity to perform in a professional performance space. Find out more information on your local Pulse 2014 event here.
Commonwealth Youth Dance Festival 2014
In 2014 YDance (Scottish Youth Dance) will host the first ever Commonwealth Youth Dance Festival in Glasgow to celebrate the city’s hosting of the Commonwealth Games. The festival will celebrate the best of youth dance from across the Commonwealth, and be part of an exciting cultural programme surrounding the sporting events. The Festival will take place over three days and nights from 10 – 12 July 2014 and involve around 30 groups from across Scotland, England, Wales, Northern Ireland and other Commonwealth countries.
Dance City is a newly-announced Arts Award Welcome venue and is proud to support the Arts Award scheme, helping young people aged 11-25 in their development as artists and arts leaders.
Dance Practitioners Directory
Dance Practitioners Directory is collated by Dance City and contains information about dance practitioners and organisationsworking in a vast variety of dance styles across the North of England. This directory is designed as a resource to help people find a dance artist or dance organisation to lead dance activity.
North East Dance Training Directory
The North East Dance Training Directory lists available courses for young people aged 16 and above and want to continue their dance or dance-related training in the North-East of England.
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"My 4yr old daughter Libby has been attending this class every week for a number of months now and she loves it!!!! She talks about it and shows me all the new steps she has learnt every Saturday night, she really likes the music and tells me how nice her teacher Hannah is all the time, she's growing in confidence and I think going to the class each week has a lot to do with it. The only problem is she's going to be upset when the term ends."
8th November 2012 on Pop Steps (4-6)
Newcastle Upon Tyne
Tel. 0191 261 05 05