The Forge Initiative, and Paul Taylor, is running an initiative with leading theatre practitioner, Brian Astbury, for actors, writers and directors who want to learn how to devise, write, direct, market and produce their own theatre—creating shows that are current, exciting and resonate with old and new audiences alike.

bbodance have just launched a new Level 3 Diploma in Dance in partnership with South Thames College. The course is fully funded and will be a great opportunity for students aged 16+ who wish to continue their dance training using bbodance's wonderful new facilities in London!

Siobhan Davies Dance- Applications are now open for Next Choreography 2016/17

Next Choreography is a yearlong course for 14-21 year olds keen to explore and experiment with choreographic processes used across artistic disciplines. Through regular weekly sessions participants look within and beyond dance to the different choreographic processes used across art forms by attending events and performances, meeting artists and experimenting in the studio.  Informed by these experiences, participants make their own work and produce the Next Choreography Festival at Siobhan Davies Studios in July

Trinity College London has revised its Diploma in Dance Teaching and Learning (DDTAL) to meet the needs of teachers working in any dance style, across a wide range of contexts and with students of any age.

Are you aged 13–22 years old and want to work with inspirational female choreographers?

Join the Royal Academy of Dance on 16 July to develop your skills, and meet like-minded young female dancers and high-profile professional artists.