Good Grief! What’s that all about? Anthony and Sarah from Maelstrom Theatre are back in the Ludus Dance studio this week developing their third outdoor duet. First, they gave you a cake calamity, then magic mayhem, and now, if that wasn’t enough, they are tackling one of the most mysterious of things in our known
We are excited to announce that following the success of the ‘Building your Brand’ workshop back in February, we are able to offer an enhanced training and networking programme for professionals and small businesses. Each bite-sized session will explore the basics of using digital tools to enhance your online brand presence. Topics covered include: 1.
An individually tailored careers support and professional development scheme led by Ludus Dance for North West based dance artists at different stages in their career. What you get SPACE – Up to 90 hours of free studio space either for self-practice use or to develop an idea HOT DESK – Access to hot desk space
Raising Awareness of Eating Disorders This week (25th Feb to 3rd March) is Eating Disorders Awareness Week in the UK. The campaign aims to ‘break the barriers’ and to ‘put the real stories of eating disorders in the spotlight, raise funds, and change lives’. This Eating Disorders Awareness Week helps to put the stories of
Let’s talk about young people’s mental health. In 2017 we supported Hawk Dance Theatre with space and time to help them research and develop a new performance work which was initially created with men’s mental health in mind. Subsequent HandsON test shows demonstrated its wider appeal, speaking on behalf of and resonating with a variety
Music, movement and crawling are important in your baby and toddler’s early development. Babies love to synchronise movement to music, so why not have some fun with a gentle bounce to the beat. Babies need lots of opportunity to move freely and develop skills like reaching, rolling, sitting up and crawling before they start to
What? On a murky, grey day in Lancaster our bi-weekly professionals class, which is usually peer led, had a little bit of sunshine added to it last week when it was led, on Skype, by Phinda-Mzala in Gauteng in South Africa. Who? Phinda-Mzala use their artistic practice to spread health messages in disadvantaged areas of