Central School Of Ballet

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Become a Friend of Central

“Become a Friend of Central and gain unique access to behind the scenes events and rehearsals. Your support helps Central’s students develop into accomplished professionals at the forefront of dance performance”

Heidi Hall, Director, Central School of Ballet

Friends enjoy a range of benefits, depending on their annual donation. If you are new to the Central family, please contact us to find out more. We would be pleased to discuss our forthcoming Friends’ calendar, benefits of Friends’ membership and Central’s exciting plans for the future. We would love to hear from you, tel: 020 7837 6332 or email development@csbschool.co.uk

Friend £40 annually

On becoming a Friend of Central you will:

Receive our @Central newsletter twice a year

Join us for special Friends events

Join us for special Central events.

Receive advance notice of our Ballet Central tour dates.

There is no charge to attend Central’s in-house Friends events. Tickets must be booked in advance.

Soloist Friend £150 annually or £12.50 monthly

Receive all the benefits of being a Friend of Central

Join us for our annual Soloist and Principal Friends’ Open Morning/Afternoon.

Principal Friend £1,000 annually or £83.33 monthly

Receive all the benefits of being a Soloist Friend of Central

Develop a tailored relationship with Central

Join us for the Principal Friends’ Reception during our End of Year Performances

See your support acknowledged in our Ballet Central programme and on our website.

Alumni Friends £24 annually or £2 monthly

Central School of Ballet alumni can keep in touch with the School and old friends through:

Our Alumni Friends Open Class

Special Friends events

Advance notice of our Ballet Central tour dates.

If you love dance and want the chance to see the future stars of the art-form before they launch their professional careers, join the Friends today.

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