Applications now open!
Audition for The Place Partnership Programme, Sussex 2018
Deadline for applications: Friday 5 January 2018
If you are a dancer aged 12-15 years looking for high quality contemporary dance training this fantastic opportunity is for you. Previous formal training is not essential. Dedication, enthusiasm and a flare for dance is vital - Apply now!
The Partnership Programme in Sussex is supported by Centre for Advanced Training (CAT) at The Place and offers unique intensive training over a period of 3-4 months and sees successful candidates taking part in a course of contemporary dance technique classes led by a professional artist, attend an Open Day at The Place, take part in local performance opportunities and be signposted to audition for CAT.
We welcome applications from all young people and encourage applications from people of all backgrounds male and female, ages 12-15 years.
If you have any access requirements please do not hesitate to get in touch to discuss.
HOW TO APPLY
To submit your application, please read through all documents within the application pack available to download from the South East Dance website and submit the completed application form below by 12 noon, Friday 5 January 2018.
If your application to audition is successful, you will be invited to attend an audition in Brighton.
Where: Brighton Aldridge Community Academy, Brighton, BN1
When: Sunday 21 January 2018
Successful applicants will be informed of their specific audition time by no later than Friday 12 January 2018.
For more information about The Place Partnership Programme, Sussex please contact Sarah Kearney on 01273 696844 / Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Managed by South East Dance, the programme is supported by The Place CAT through the Department for Education, Music and Dance Scheme
Deadline: Wednesday 31 January 2018
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