Central School Of Ballet

Central's announcement featured in press

Thursday 21st February 2019 Isabel Campbell writes:

On Wednesday Central held a media event at our new premises, announcing that work on the bespoke fit-out has begun.

Central is pleased to report that the story has been featured widely in the press; The Times, The Daily Telegraph, London Live, Southwark News, Broadway World and London SE1. The news has also been featured in print in the Morning Star and in the Dundee Courier.

Learn more about Central's move to the South Bank on the Move Central page.

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Work commences at Central’s new South Bank premises

Wednesday 20th February 2019 Anita Hamilton writes:

Central today announces that work has begun on the bespoke fit-out of our new premises in London’s arts community on the South Bank in Southwark following a successful fundraising campaign.

The £9million project involves the full relocation of the school to its new premises including the fit-out of the building. In March 2017 Central announced a campaign to raise £6million to finance the development and now, less than two years later, under £1million is required for the final stages of the Paris Gardens building. Support to date has come from individuals, major Trusts and Foundations and from two loans; £3million from Southwark Council and £600,000 from the Arts Impact Fund. Fundraising continues in earnest to repay the two loans.

Students on Central’s undergraduate and postgraduate degree programmes will begin using the new South Bank premises during the academic year 2019/20.

The new Paris Gardens premises will feature amenities to rival dance training facilities anywhere in the UK; seven studios, a fully-equipped studio theatre, study and resource centres. The fit-out will include a state-of-the-art health suite providing psychology, nutrition, physiotherapy, Pilates and recovery from injury programme.

The aim is to become a hub for a dynamic dance community combining excellence in dance training for those aiming for a professional career and a programme of opportunities for the local Southwark community.

Thank you for supporting Central in The Big Give Christmas Challenge 2018

Wednesday 5th December 2018 Isabel Campbell writes:

Thank you so much for supporting Central in The Big Give Christmas Challenge 2018. Together we exceeded our target and raised an outstanding £23,704 (including match-funding and Gift Aid).

We cannot thank our supporters enough for embracing the Christmas Challenge with such enthusiasm and send our heartfelt thanks for every donation received.

We also want to thank everyone who worked hard behind the scenes, promoting Central and The Big Give, raising the profile of the challenge, and encouraging your friends and networks to support us. It is thanks to this incredible commitment that we can turn amazing opportunities like The Big Give Christmas Challenge into such a success.

DONATE NOW: The Big Give Christmas Challenge is now live and Central needs you!

Tuesday 27th November 2018 Isabel Campbell writes:

Central is raising vital funds for our move to a new home on the South Bank. We need to raise £10,000 towards purchasing and installing specialist seating in our new studio theatre, which if successful would be doubled to an outstanding £20,000.

Please support Central's festive campaign - donate now and double your donation at The Big Give. Donations can be made anytime from midday 27 November up until midday 04 December.

Please help Central raise awareness of the Big Give and reach as many people as possible. If you are interested in sharing our campaign with your work colleagues and/or personal contacts, please get in touch with the Development Team.

Thank you for supporting Central this Christmas

Central sends its heartfelt thanks to all our supporters for their commitment and enthusiasm. We look forward to making the 2018 Christmas Challenge a success, and deliver long-lasting benefits for generations of Central students, the wider arts and culture community, and our new neighbours – the local community in Southwark. Do keep in touch with Central’s progress in The Big Give via Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and on Central’s website.

Central announced as a recipient of investment from Arts Impact Fund

Thursday 28th June 2018 writes:

Central is one of six arts and cultural organisations to receive social impact finance from Arts Impact Fund in its final round of investments - (NESTA Projects Arts Impact Fund) which will support our impending move to the South Bank community in Southwark - Move Central to South Bank.

The £7 million Arts Impact Fund is a collaboration that brings together private, public and philanthropic investment and provides unsecured loan finance to arts and cultural organisations in England that can demonstrate positive social impact.

The contributors to the Fund all share a commitment to supporting the arts and culture and include: Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Esmée Fairbairn Foundation, Nesta and Arts Council England, with additional funding from the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation.

For further information please visist: www.artsimpactfund.org

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