Central School Of Ballet

Course Outline

Central School of Ballet offers an extensive number of courses for young people. Our exciting programme provides first class training and fun for young children through to those considering auditioning for full time vocational training. These take place in half-terms and school holidays.

Upcoming Courses

February Half Term 2020

The age range for the Musical Theatre and Dance Blast courses have been extended to welcome young people up to 16 years old

  • Monday 17th February 2020

• 4-7 years arts and crafts – cost £35

  • Tuesday 18th February 2020

• 8-10 years and 11-13 years One Day Ballet Intensives for Girls – cost £50

  • Wednesday19th February 2020

• 14-16 years One Day Ballet Intensive for Boys and Girls – cost £50.

• 8-16 years One Day Musical Theatre – cost £40

  • Thursday 20th February 2020

• 8-16 years Dance Blast – cost £40

Boys Move 2020

Save the date! Our annual Boys Move course returns on Sunday 1st March 2020. An inspirational day of varied workshops led by all male tutors for boys aged 8-18 years, suitable for beginners to experienced dancers.

Spring Course 2020

Saturday 4 – Tuesday 7 April 2020 - cost £220

International Summer School 2020

  • Two Week International Summer School for students aged 11-16 years – Monday 27 July to Saturday 8 August 2020
  • One Week International Summer School for students aged 14-16 years – Monday 27 July to Saturday 1 August 2020.
  • One Week International Summer School for students aged 11-14 years – Monday 3 August to Saturday 8 August 2020.

The cost of the one week course is £375 and the cost of the two week course is £595.

Application Forms can be downloaded from the 'How to Apply' tab on the left-hand-side menu

If you have any specific questions, or for more information, please email the Widening Participation and Access Department on participation@csbschool.co.uk

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