Disabled dance

19th September 2003 at 01:00
Anjali Dance Company, the professional company based in High Wycombe, whose performers all have a learning disability, is piloting accredited dance courses. The courses will credit the skills of learning disabled dancers, focusing on dance, not disability. The courses have been developed and designed by Susan Norwood, the Learning and Skills Council project manager.

Training programmes for dancers and choreographers who want to learn or extend their knowledge in working with learning disabled dancers will run alongside the courses. email: info@anjali.co.uk

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