Central School Of Ballet

Save the date and spread the word!

Tuesday 20th November 2018 Isabel Campbell writes:

Double your donation through The Big Give Christmas Challenge 2018 from midday Tuesday 27 November until midday Tuesday 04 December

Central is taking part in The Big Give Christmas Challenge 2018 to raise vital funds for our move to our new home on the South Bank. We need to raise £10,000 to purchase and install specialist seating in our new studio theatre which, if successful, would be doubled to an outstanding £20,000*.

How you can help us

Save the Date. Can you give Central a gift this Christmas? Get ready to double your donation when The Big Give Christmas challenge opens on #GivingTuesday. Donations can be made anytime from midday 27 November up until midday 04 December through the Big Give website.

Get the word out. Can you help Central raise awareness of the Big Give and reach as many people as possible? Central would love to hear from you if you are interested in sharing our campaign with your work colleagues and/or personal contacts. Why not put up a poster, share our flyer or support our social media campaign (via Facebook, Twitter, Instagram?

*The total cost to purchase and install the seating is currently estimated at £30,720 meaning that Central needs to raise a further £10,720 on top of our Big Give target to complete the project. All our Christmases would come at once were we able to exceed our target and raise the full amount of funding.

Central's story captured on film

Thursday 3rd May 2018 Isabel Campbell writes:

Central is pleased to announce the launch of two new films. The Central Dancer gives the student perspective of the diverse range of training offered on Central's degree programme.

Central Moves to South Bank tells Central's story, our achievements so far and our forthcoming and much anticipated move.

To learn more about Central's move to new premises in the South Bank, click through to the Move Central page.

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