Springs Dance Company is looking for a male dancer for a period of R&D for a new project between 8th January - 9th February 2024.
Ruth Hughes introduces a new, uplifting dance show for churches created in the wake of the pandemic that explores the tension between loss and joy.
Springs is looking for people who would like to be part of a small but dedicated team that produces and supports performances and workshops in communities across the UK.
We are looking to expand our education team, and so are looking for experienced dance teachers who are passionate about young people, and in seeing them thrive and learn through creative dance workshops.
Springs Dance Company is looking for performers for Summer and Autumn 2022 for a rehearsal period and national tour.
The evening will commence with a sharing of work by the participants of the Summer Intensive; followed by the premier performance of Springs Dance Company's new work A Time to Mourn, A Time to Dance.
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The successful applicant will be a competent person with a full driving license that has a basic understanding of sound and / or lighting, a willingness to adapt and a willingness to help in any way possible to ensure the smooth running of the tour.
Company Dancer and Teacher Emily recently completed a week at ‘Project Play’ in Northern France with former Dancer and Assistant Director, Naomi, teaching dance to refugee children. She tells us about her experience.
Find out about how we are responding to the current COVID-19 crisis.
Springs Dance Company invites you to submit your best moves for our Easter Dance Competition! Entries from all age groups welcome.
Meet this year's company and hear about why they joined Elevate, as well as what they are looking forward to about their tour.
Revd Betsy Blatchley, Pioneer Minister of the Arts in Nine Elms, writes about the impact of the recent project Springs completed at St George's CE Primary in Battersea.
We often get asked what our previous Elevate graduates have gone on to do after finishing their year with us. Heather Richmond, who graduated from Elevate Dance Company in 2011, shares with us what she has been up to since the course and talks about her latest work as Artistic Director of HeatherWalrondCompany.
Elevate Dance Company on tour, Summer Course around the corner, and a new production in the works! Continue reading to learn more of the latest news from Springs Dance Company.
The first half of touring as Elevate Dance Company has gone by faster than we dare to think. If we actually stopped to think about it, we’d realize that the second half will go even faster and that means the end of Elevate 2018! Hence, we don’t.
We often get asked what our previous Elevate graduates have gone on to do after finishing their year with us. Erena Bordon Sanchez, who graduated from Elevate Dance Company in 2010, shares with us what she has been up to since the course and talks about her latest project...
Are you interested in applying for one of Springs’ Training Courses? Our recently graduated Elevate Dance Foundation student, Emilie, shares what a typical day on the course looks like.
Both students from Elevate Dance Foundation and Elevate Dance Company begin every day with a time of devotion which allows us to start the day with God and to place each new day in His hands. During these times, we have looked at God’s nature, explored different ways to read the Bible and looked at God’s promises to name a few...
Our dancers are now half way through their Journey of the Magi, Advent tour 2017. Naomi Cook, who has been a cast member for the show for 10 years, describes what an “average” day at this time of year looks like for the company...
Our new Administrator, Johanna, talks about her role and highlights of her time in the staff team so far.
I’d known about Springs Dance Company for a number of years before I applied for the job. I had come along to one of their Adult Open Workshops and attended their Summer Course in 2014, just after graduating from university. The dancers and teachers I’d met on those occasions were so talented and welcoming, and made me realise that dance and my Christian faith didn’t need to be kept in separate boxes. Ever since then, Springs has been one of my dream places to work...
We had a chat with one of Springs’ teachers, Claire Talbot. Ever since she graduated from The Place in 2006, she has enjoyed a varied and exciting dance career. Whether that be teaching for Richard Alston, RAD, Danceexchange, and the Birmingham Royal Ballet or dancing extensively with the Royal Opera House. We asked her what does it really take to work in the dance industry?
Here are her answers...
I’ve always admired people that were able to seize the moment and secretly wished I was a little more adventurous or spontaneous. I’m not usually like that, but this is my story of one of the few moments when I went for it...
As soon as I started at sixth form, they began fast-tracking us towards university. What career do you want? What are you going to study? Where are you going to study? What steps are you taking now to make sure you get in? I’d only just managed to narrow it down to 4 subjects, and already they were asking me to pick one of them for what seemed like the rest of my life. I wasn’t ready...