The WDSA (UK) was established in 2006 as the UK National Governing Body for wheelchair dance sport and wheelchair dancing within the UK, for those who would otherwise be excluded from dancing. The aimof the WDSA (UK) is to promote and develop wheelchair dancing as a sport and leisure activity across the country, to raise the standard of instruction and competition in the UK and internationally at all levels.
For most children, dance classes will never be more than a hobby, for some they are the start of a career and the first step to a cherished ambition. Whichever category a child falls into, he or shewill find a happy and supportive atmosphere at Torbay School of Dance where their abilities will be nurtured and their confidence can grow.
Welcome to the website for the Alison Axford Theatre School. We are based on our own premises behind the Palace Theatre in Paignton, Devon. We offer classes at varying levels, from "once a week"pupils through to professional level students who wish to go on to a vocational training. At the moment, we offer classes for all ages in RAD Ballet, ISTD Modern, Tap and Jazz, Acrobatics, Musical Theatre, Body Conditioning and Street / Hip Hop, as well as adult Tap classes.
The school encourages pupils to take part in three South West dance festivals each year, which qualify for the local semi-finals and London finals. There are also classes available for novicecompetitors (children who have never danced or competed on stage before) in Ballet, Modern, Tap, Song & Dance solos, duets, trios and group dances.
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