DUETS National Dance Programme

Ballet Cymru is delighted to share the amazing news that we have received funding from The Arts Council of Wales, The Linbury Trust and The Postcode Community Trust, to continue our Duets national dance training programme, for children and young people across Wales.
Duets began in 2012 and is delivered in partnership with 5 community dance organisations, 7 primary schools and 6 theatres and involves over 200 children on a weekly basis.  This funding will enable Ballet Cymru to continue the established programme, lead residencies in brand new schools, train additional dance practitioners and offer more bespoke training for the wonderful Duets Ambassadors!
Thank you to the funders for making this happen:
Arts Council of Wales/Welsh Government
The Linbury Trust
Postcode Community Trust
Duets Partners:
Dawns i Bawb
Arts Care Gofal Celf
Jukebox Collective
Venue Partners:
The Torch Milford Haven
Ffrwnes Llanelli
Pontio Bangor
Riverfront Theatre Newport
Theatr Clwyd
Theatr Brycheiniog
For more details on the Duets Programme, visit
www.duetsdancewales.com  or contact Louise Prosser, DUETS Project Manager  louiseprosser@welshballet.co.uk

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