English National Ballet’s Youth Ballet Workshop at the Coliseum Theatre, London © Photography by ASH
Experience the joy of dancing with workshops for children, youth and families.
Workshops are available for:
- Children aged between 3 and 7 years, accompanied by an adult
- Children aged 7 upwards, accompanied by an adult
- Youth aged 11 upwards
- Primary and secondary school students
- Children with special educational needs
All our workshops can contribute towards Arts Award and Artsmark.
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Following our 70th Anniversary Gala earlier this month, we look to the future by announcing our new 2020/2021 season. Highlights include: Tamara Rojo’s first foray into choreography and direction as she adapts Raymonda, a triple bill of works by William Forsythe, and the 10th Anniversary of our Dance for Parkinson’s programme.
American dancer Eric Snyder, a second-year student at English National Ballet School, is performing as Prince Désiré in My First Ballet: Sleeping Beauty. We caught up with him to see how he first started dancing, and what it's been like performing in this new version of the fairy tale classic for children as young as three.
The swans of My First Ballet: Swan Lake have been flying across the country on a National tour this past month. Introducing the magic of ballet to children as young as three, this newly adapted version, choreographed by Antonio Castilla and performed by students of English National Ballet School, has cast its spell on audiences and critics of all ages.
My First Ballet: Swan Lake is commencing its national tour this weekend, following sold out performances in London. We caught up with Harvey Littlefield, a student of English National Ballet School, on what it’s like performing the dashing role of Prince Siegfried in this shortened version especially for children aged three upwards.