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Over the last couple of years, we’ve checked in with Claire Grieve to follow her post-college journey – a journey which keeps taking her back to the Caribbean. Here’s her story so far… Claire’s first stage job after graduating […] Continue reading →

We catch up with Emma Smith, BBC Arts Fellow, to discuss the “profound, powerful, and positive impact on people’s lives” that dance can have and her evolving career since she graduated in 2010…   What was your first […] Continue reading →

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Auditions

Apply to Dance For All's full-time dance training college

Pursue your dream vocation as a professional dancer, choreographer or dance teacher. […] Continue reading →

Join us for a three-day spectacle as Dance For All’s professional students present…  Lights…Camera…Action!  23 (Thur), 24 (Fri) & 25 (Sat) June 2016 7.30pm St Brides Theatre View St Bride’s Theatre map and get […] Continue reading →

Graduate, natalie Smith, at Disney Cruise Lines

Following multiple auditions across the UK, like many of our graduates, Natalie Smith was offered positions by a number cruise lines, including Celebrity Cruises, Jean Ryan Productions and Norwegian Cruise Lines. After much deliberation, 2015 […] Continue reading →

Just how momentous the year 2015 is here at Dance For All? For one, we’re celebrating our 30th anniversary and we’re incredibly pleased to share that we’ve been named Best Vocational Dance School at the IDS (International Dance […] Continue reading →

To The Pointe by Cookie Productions, is a 10 minute documentary featuring interviews with Principal Tracy Hawkes and student Hayley Fleming. Hayley graduated in 2014 – this film was shot when she was in second year. Follow 2nd year student […] Continue reading →

Jack Mathieson from the Daily Record interviews one of our 2012 graduates, Jane Heggie, about the experience of her first cruise contract with P&O. With trips ranging from one week to five weeks at sea, Jane thoroughly enjoyed visiting the […] Continue reading →

Scotland’s renowned critic of professional dance companies, Kelly Apter, was one of the hundreds of delighted audience guests invited to our 2013 show Lights, Camera, Action! We waited with baited breath for her feedback – […] Continue reading →

In the Daily Record’s new supplement, Jack Mathieson interviews 2010 graduate Lisa Aytoun about her glittering dance career so far including the Sunshine on Leith film and her experience of working in the Bolllywood industry. Lisa has […] Continue reading →

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