Rambert Archive FAQs

Can I donate items to the Rambert Archive?

We welcome donations of archive material to the collections. We collect material that relates to the company, to our collaborators and heritage. Please view the collection development policy (download below) for more information. If you have material which you feel should be in the Archive, please email archive[ATSIGN]rambert.org.uk with details of your collection or write to the Rambert Archive at the address below.

How can I support the work of the archive?

Rambert relies on the committed support from individuals, trusts and foundations and corporate organisations to enable our diverse range of work. We are happy for donors joining one of our membership levels to indicate how they would like their financial commitment to be directed. Membership levels can be found here and you may specify a wish to support our archive activity.

Are there any other archives that may be helpful?

There are many performing arts archives in London. The main archive that may be useful to you, as it contains collections relating to Rambert, is the V&A Museums’ Theatre and Performance Archive.

The National Resource Centre for Dance, Royal Ballet School Collections, Royal Academy of Dance and Trinity Laban Conservatoire for Music and Dance all have collections that relate to various aspects of Rambert’s history. Each archive has its own visiting policy and some may charge for enquiries.

The Association of Performing Arts Collections lists archives of dance and theatre.

  1. Rambert history infographics

    Produced by the Rambert Archive with support from the Heritage…

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  2. The collections

    The Rambert Archive was established in 1982 with financial assistance…

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  3. Rambert Voices

    Rambert Voices is an oral history project. We’re collecting interviews…

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