Dance makes people happier, healthier, inspired and included so get dancing whatever your age, experience or ability.
We run a programme of dance classes at our Studios in Kent for all ages and abilities. If you're not sure which dance style is for you why not drop in and try something new? You can join a class at any point during the term, book in advance or pay on the day.
Three Score Dance Company – for over 60's
In 2011 The Big Lottery Fund awarded South East Dance a grant of £25,680 to set-up Three Score Dance Company.
The project was initiated by Brighton residents, Christina Thompson and Saskia Jackson. Three Score Dance Company is a powerful reminder of the endless possibilities dance can bring to men and women, whatever their age. Since its formation in 2011, the company has had three brand new works created on them by renowned dance artists Bettina Strickler, Antonia Grove, and Ben Duke. The popularity of the company and interest in taking part has prompted the creation of two associated weekly technique classes, which happen in parallel to the company's activity and are now thriving dance classes in their own right. For more information about Three Score Dance Company please visit www.threescoredance.co.uk
Three Score Dance Company is supported by South East Dance and Sport England in association with Brighton Dome.
South East Dance led Big Dance South East England 2010. It was a tremendously successful project that characterised the way in which South East Dance works across the region to support local dance opportunities. The project engaged approximately 12,000 people in dance activity, including 84 artists and 1,862 online audience members with a total of 244 performances and workshops taking place between June and July 2010.
In 2012 South East Dance once again delivered Big Dance South East England. This included directly producing dance activity in Brighton and Kent, along with coordinating partners across the whole of the region to deliver dance activity in their local areas. The project culminated in a week of celebratory and participatory events. Big Dance 2012 South East England engaged a live audience of almost 2,400 as well as an online audience of more than 5,000. 350 artists and active participants where involved over the course of the week. For a visual snapshot of the activity across the country in 2012, click here to have a look at the Big Dance 2012 snapshot ebook.
In 2014 Big Dance South East brought extraordinary, unique and unexpected events to a public space near you. From Protein's energetic pop-up performances of (In)Visable Dancing in Canterbury city centre, to Reckless Sleepers' raw and splintering A String Section in a disused Brighton market space - the landmark site destined to become The Dance Space, a new home for dance in the City with national significance.