New Adventures has delighted, inspired and nurtured people of all ages and backgrounds: audiences, artists and the next generation. We create engaging projects that reach thousands worldwide every year - find out more below.
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Young People & Schools
We are committed to working with young people of all background and dance experience, to share our passion for dance, theatre and creativity. From early years through to A-level studies, we journey with our young people through one-off workshops and residencies, on an adventure of discovery and expression through our unique story telling language and playful creative method.
'An incredible journey that is simply unforgettable, the benefits for the children is immeasurable and lasting.'
- Parent from a partner school
We take pride in nurturing new and emerging dancers, teachers and choreographers, supporting them to develop as performers and artists.
From training to professional practice and approaching career transition, we offer support and development through a comprehensive programme of projects, classes, workshops and initiatives.
We believe passionately that dance-theatre is for everyone and encourage audiences and communities from all backgrounds to experience our work.
Our work in the Community is diverse and unique; ranging from intergenerational site-specific projects in museums to movement sessions in care homes, from mass participation workshops at the UK’s largest music festivals to the creation of an over 55s performance group in Farnham.
Classes, Exercises & Resources
Whether you’re a little learner, an advanced mover, studying dance or simply just love to boogie, we have a wide range of activities, exercises and classes to ignite, inform and inspire.
Find out about upcoming opportunities at New Adventures, including auditions, job vacancies, open workshops and more.
We are more committed than ever to discover and nurture the next generation of dancers and audiences from all backgrounds, to diversify the sector on and offstage, as well as champion dance as an art form that improves mental and physical wellbeing.Matthew Bourne