Central School Of Ballet

Why We Need Help

World-class dance

At Central School of Ballet, we help dancers identify their unique skills and enable exceptional talent to develop into dream careers. With your help we can ensure that no young person will miss out on this opportunity through a lack of financial means.

Central students receive outstanding training and individual support, and as dancers go on to professional careers, bringing inspiration and enjoyment to audiences around the world.

Support for everyone

Central is also committed to taking dance to those whose background might traditionally exclude them from participating. The School's Outreach Programme inspires a passion for dance at grass roots level to enable children to enjoy the creative benefits of dance.

How you can help

Current Supporters

We would like to express our thanks to the many individuals, trusts and foundations, livery companies and other organisations who have supported our students and school. Recent donors include;

  • Nicholas and Tobe Aleksander
  • The Derrill Allatt Foundation
  • The Arts Society
  • James & Penny Benfield
  • City Livery Club Music Section
  • The Gwendoline and Margaret Davies Charity
  • Gordon Edwards Charitable Trust
  • S E Franklin Charitable Trust No.3
  • Vivienne and Jeremy Gilliard
  • Richard Goddard
  • The Headley Trust
  • Sir Derek Jacobi
  • The Leverhulme Trust
  • The London Ballet Circle
  • The Molecule Theatre
  • Heather Tilbury Phillips
  • Sufei International Art Education
  • The Wall Trust
  • Sir William and Lady Wells
  • The Worshipful Company of Chartered Surveyors

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