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EVERYBODY DANCE aims to inspire, explore and create great dance experiences with disabled and non-disabled people of all ages in unexpected spaces

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Hidden Gems Project

Hidden Gems project

An opportunity for people in and around Worcester to explore history and create movement based on discoveries from the archives. Participants will be aged 60 and over and the project will take place on four Tuesdays - as in the flyer above.

Aerial YOGA

aerial yoga

Rachel has practised yoga for over 35 years and has combined it with her experience and expertise in aerial dance to teach Vayu Aerial Yoga.

It is a practice that was developed to create space mentally and physically, by opening up the body through various postures, using a custom designed yoga hammock.

Rachel is keen to develop ways that Vayu can be made accessible ​for all abilities and ages.
To​ help with this development of accessible classes, to join a class or find out more, please visit Rachel Freeman Vayu Aerial Yoga here and on Facebook.


Lancaster was our fourth Buzzz residency of the summer and ​brought together staff and students from Loyne Special School and Ryelands Primary School. The children worked beautifully together in the sessions and were keen to sit together for the Lovely Bugs performance. Sian said, "I liked making friends with the children from Loyne School and making dance up with our imagination".



The schools' staff and head teachers had a dizzying go on the ropes before helping us
de-rig at the end of the residency.


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Creative Ageing

Rachel has been leading dance and movement sessions for people with dementia and this little video by Alice Pengelly shows some of the work done under the umbrella of the Courtyard in Hereford.



Summer 2017

BeeBuzzz was on tour in the summer with a series of residencies around the UK. Each residency included performances of Lovely Bugs or The Kingfisher and the Damselflies plus lots of workshops and training sessions for people of all ages and abilities.
In May we were in Glasgow hosted by Waterbaby and working with our friends at Isobel Mair School and Dirty Feet then off to Powys hosted by Powys Dance and working with Ysgol Cedewain and local youth and community groups.
In July we were in Gloucestershire hosted by The National Star College and working with their students, local young dancers and Apt Dance Company. Our Lancaster residency was hosted by Beaumont College and supported by Ludus Dance and Turn Around Dance Theatre. The Buzzz tour finished at Wells-next-the-Sea in Norfolk supported by Creative Arts East.

Buzzz is supported by Arts Council England, The RTR Foundation and The Shire Oak Trust.Ladybird



Big top circus

EVERYBODY DANCE returned to Germany in early May with two days of inclusive workshops with Circus Fantasia in Rostock for community and professional level learners: we so enjoyed working in the Big Top tent!


Tea Dance
Our Tea Dances were back with a series of sessions for elders living with dementia and their friends. Events popped-up in residential home gardens and at Longlands Care Farm.

To read about last year's Tea Dance events, click here.
Thanks to Eveson Trust for their support with the project.

Events from Summer 16

Summer 2016 was our season of Buzzz activity - performances and workshops for all ages in orchards, parks and fields, tea dances, an artists' retreat and work at the BoulevART Festival in Wismar.

Have a look at some of the sunny pictures from performances of "The Kingfisher and the Damselflies" and take a look at the Buzzz Interim Report and Feedeback.



We are proud to show you our new film, 'Progress', premiered at The Hive in Worcester. ‘Progress’ is a collaboration between EVERYBODY DANCE, The Infirmary Museum and The George Marshall Medical Museum. 'Progress' has gathered people of all ages and abilities together to work with a team of professional artists to research medical history and create dance in workshops and for the 'Progress' film and live dance performance.


And here are the dancers ready to perform the dance piece to accompany the film..

Progress dancers

The 'Progress Report' can be viewed here.


The Kingfisher and the Damselflies

Please see our dedicated page.

Evaluation Tool Kit

Our new Tool Kit for evaluation is available for you to adapt and use for your own projects. We would like to work with you on its development so please let us know how you get on so that we can develop it further.

Find out more here.

Rehearsal Space

We can offer a fantastic, airy, covered rehearsal studio for people who prefer to devise and rehearse outdoors. Please click on the pic for more info -

Please contact us if you are interested.

For further details on anything here, please contact us.           

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