New Adventures takes 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.
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We are committed to supporting dance schools and conservatoires in preparing the next generation of talent for our company and the wider sector.
Our Resident Lead Dance Artists work with institutions across the country to introduce students to the unique language of our work and deepen our connection with faculties and support their dancers’ training.
In 2019/20 we delivered a combination of workshops and mock auditions in Urdang Academy, Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts, Performers College, London Studio Centre, The Royal Ballet School and Trinity Laban and look forward to leading choreographic residencies with the Centre for Advanced Training at Trinity Laban, Tring Park Performing Arts and Central School of Ballet.
Explore our range of professional development programmes for dancers at every stage of their careers.
Offering early career support and training, A Spring/Summer/Autumn Adventure and Swan School are a chance for dancers to immerse themselves in our signature style, work intensively alongside some of our most experienced company dancers, and provide access to training and pathways into the company and wider industry for diverse and exciting young dancers.
We offer open, professional level Masterclasses for dancers who have recently graduated or are still in training to provide opportunities to access our work as dancers enter the industry.
A unique opportunity to work with leading New Adventures dance artists and explore movement from a production currently on tour. These one-day workshops include class, repertoire from the show, creative tasks and a Q&A. They are led by long standing New Adventures Dance Artists and offer a chance for dancers to authentically experience and develop their understanding of the unique New Adventures style and methodology.
Participants must be 16+ and be in full-time vocational training, recent graduates or professional dancers.
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Every year we programme professional level technique classes to support invited young dancers in their training.
Identified through our Conservatoire programme, annual auditions and productions, dancers are invited to attend our Pro Class programme. Led by leading Dance Artists and senior members of our artistic team, Pro Class is a 2-hour technique class with particular emphasis on the New Adventures approach. Invited dancers are able to stay in contact with us and explore the way we work, while New Adventures offer encouragement and development to the next generation of emerging talent interested in pathways into the company.