Summer at Rambert
Join Rambert this summer for courses and intensives for all ages.
Venue: Rambert, 99 Upper Ground, London SE9 1PP
A series of dance workshops and classes spanning contemporary, yoga, repertory, creative and specialist Masterclasses for 11 to 17 year olds
These Summer at Rambert courses will give young dancers the opportunity to take daily technique class, attend masterclasses in a variety of dance styles and explore their creativity in a nurturing environment.
Young Movers Experience
(11 – 14 years)
5 – 9 August
10am – 4pm
No previous dance experience necessary. Find out more here.
Summer at Rambert’s adult intensives will give participants the opportunity explore movement and creation during one inspiring weekend.
Open to adults of all ages who are passionate about learning and deepening their knowledge of contemporary dance and Rambert’s repertory.
2 Day Adult Intensive
3 – 4 August
10am to 4pm
This is an open level intensive for adults aged 18+, but we recommend that participants have at least basic dance knowledge. Find out more here.
This intensive is now sold out. To join the wait list please email classes[ATSIGN]rambert.org.uk.
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