How much does a workshop cost?
Workshops are offered on a half day and full day basis; a standard half day is up to 2.5 hours and a full day is up to 5 hours. Please note that a full day of workshop activity must include a minimum of 30 minutes break for lunch.

Half Day: £350 *includes 11 free performance tickets
Full Day: £500 *includes 11 free performance tickets
Please note, all prices exclude VAT

How can I book a workshop?
Simply Icon download the Enquiry Form (243.0 KB) [.doc]  and email to learning@ballet.org.uk , or call the Engagement team on 020 7581 1245 to discuss your options.

Are tickets for English National Ballet performances included?
All Schools’ Link workshop bookers receive 11 free tickets (10 students and 1 teacher) for performances listed below. Subsequent ticket prices are as follows, with one free staff ticket provided for every 10 students.

Swan Lake – Manchester Palace Theatre: £9 (09.10.14, 14.00)
Coppélia – Southampton Mayflower Theatre: £6 (16.10.14, 14.00)
Coppélia – New Theatre, Oxford: £9 (30.10.14, 14.00)
Coppélia – Bristol Hippodrome: £9 (06.11.14, 14.00)
Swan Lake – Milton Keynes Theatre: £9 (13.11.14, 14.00)
Swan Lake – Liverpool Empire Theatre: £9 (20.11.14, 14.00)
Nutcracker – London Coliseum: £8 (12.12.14, 14.30 / 16.12.14, 14.30 / 17.12.14, 14.30 / 18.12.14, 14.30)
Swan Lake – London Coliseum: £8 (15.01.15, 14.30)

When can our school have a workshop?
Workshops are available across the UK all year round. Please provide your preferred date on the enquirers form and we will contact you to confirm whether or not your first choice is available.

Where do the workshops take place?
Workshops are delivered in your school; there must be a clear space which is a reasonable size (minimum 30ft x 30ft). It must be warm and have a suitable floor for dance (i.e. sprung or wooden floor, not carpet or concrete). We aim to have a musician at every workshop therefore a tuned piano is ideal or alternatively a keyboard. It must be established at the booking stage if no piano or keyboard is available, and a CD player or MP3 connection must be provided.

Who are ENB workshops suitable for?
Workshops are for all students and are available from Nursery to Vocational level and for Special Educational Needs schools. No previous dance experience is necessary, and workshops are tailored to suit student needs.

What is the maximum number of students ENB can work with?
10 - 30 per workshop.

What other repertoire do ENB offer workshops in?
ENB offer workshops based on current and previous repertoire, these include;
Le Corsaire, Nutcracker, Swan Lake, Coppélia, Romeo & Juliet, Sleeping Beauty, Rite of Spring, and various mixed triple bills.

What is your health and safety policy?
The hosting venue/school is responsible for health and safety and first aid. A member of staff must be present throughout the workshop. Dance artists have the right to terminate the workshop should a staff member not be present.

What is your photograph and filming policy?
Photography and filming is only allowed with prior consent from ENB. Schools are responsible for ensuring that all students have signed parental consent for photographing and filming. Local press photographers must be arranged with prior consent from ENB at the time of booking a workshop.

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