Booking is now open for the UK’s first-ever industry-wide dance conference, The Future: New Ideas, New Inspirations, conceived and developed by Dance UK.

Dance UK Magazine Out Now!

Download your copy of Dance UK's latest magazine and get your handy guide to The Future: New Ideas, New Inspirations, Dance UK's Industry-Wide Conference!

Dance Manifesto

On Monday 23 February 2015 Dance UK published the 2015 Dance Manifesto on behalf of its members. The document was presented it to the Houses of Parliament with a fun, social dance class led by Strictly Come Dancing stars Jenny Thomas and Robin Windsor and attended by guests including the Minister for Culture, the Hon Ed Vaizey MP.

With the title Dance: A Great British Success Story, the new Dance Manifesto celebrates and highlights the extraordinary contribution dance has made over the past few years. Download your copy of the Dance Manifesto here, and send it to your MP!

Dance UK's industry wide conference 

The Future: New Ideas, New Inspirations 

will take place in London on 9 - 12 April 2015

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In the meantime...


Dance UK has just launched an exciting new membership package. It includes everything normally included in Dance UK membership plus two additional elements specifically designed to help dancers maintain health, fitness and optimum performance.

Dance science at Trinity Laban Conservaotire of Music and Dance

The package has been designed to complement the existing specialist healthcare available at National Institute of Dance Medicine and Science (NIDMS) NHS clinics and will be invaluable for dance artists working independently or without comprehensive in-house health provision. Any individual dancer, teacher or choreographer can take out the package; companies and schools may also wish to add it to their existing offering for dancers.

Become a POP member here now!

Lobby, champion, advocate, develop, nurture, inform, guide

Dance UK works on behalf of its members and the wider dance sector to:

  • Lobby politicians and funders.
  • Champion healthier dancers and a healthier dance economy.
  • Advocate for the increased profile of dance in all its diverse and dynamic forms.
  • Develop and facilitate networks for the profession.
  • Nurture and encourage career development.
  • Provide information and guidance for the public and professionals.

Find out more about Dance UK's ongoing work and how you can get involved by downloading the below information pack:

Dance UK 'Framing the Future' information pack (2.9 MB)

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