De Montfort University, Leicester
Monday 23 July – Saturday 28 July
Come and be part of the 10th People Dancing Summer School at De Montfort University in Leicester from 23 to 28 July 2018.
There’s something for everyone whether it’s learning to teach Performance-Parkour (2PK), developing your somatic practice, learning to work with new groups or exploring rep as a source of inspiration for your work. With a range of morning technique classes, world-class course tutors and free business skills development advice it’s a week that’s not to be missed.
You can apply for a day, for a series of courses or for the whole week, selecting the stands of greatest interest and potential value to your practice.
– Monday 23 July (afternoon only): Developing your somatic practice, led by Lauren Potter
– Tuesday 24 July: Using repertory as a resource in community dance practice, led by Debbi Purtill from balletLORENT
– Tuesday 24 OR Wednesday 25 July: Improving your teaching skills for community dance – practice, led by Geraldine Hurl
– Tuesday 24 July: Dance and dementia, led by Diane Amans – NEW OPTION
– Wednesday 25 July: Introduction to dance with older people, led by Diane Amans – COURSE FULL
– Wednesday 25 July: Advanced dance for Parkinson’s day, curated by English National Ballet and Dance for PD®
– Thursday 26 July: Teaching dance in primary schools, led by Claire Pring
– Thursday 26 – Friday 27 July: Introduction to dance for Parkinson’s, led by David Leventhal and Danielle Teale
– Thursday 26 July: Dance and dementia, led by Diane Amans – COURSE FULL
– Friday 27 July: Developing youth dance practice, led by Jo Rhodes
– Friday 27 July: A Most Contagious Dance, led by artists from Shobana Jeyasingh Dance
– Saturday 28 July: Introduction to teaching Performance-Parkour (2PK), led by The Urban Playground Team.
Please view the list of courses above and make your choice then fill in an online application form and wait to receive confirmation of your place before making a payment.
Bookings close at 5pm on Monday, 16th July 2018.