Blue Apple Theatre - Street Dance Winchester
Street Dance sessions for people with learning disabilities leading to public performances. We support participants to improve their fitness through fun and accessible dance techniques. 4-5pm on Tuesdays in Studio 3 at Unit 12, Winnall
Blue Apple is an ambitious creative company that supports performers with learning disabilities to develop theatre, dance and film skills. The company received considerable attention following a Channel 4 News feature about its performances at Shakespeare’s Globe in 2016, and its production of Hamlet was the subject the subject of the award-winning TV documentary Growing Up Down’s.
“Blue Apple is a team builder. It builds both you as a person and as a character as well.” - James Benfield, Blue Apple performer
Who to contact
- Contact Name
- Elisabeth Yeats-Brown
- Contact Position
07510 844 480
- Blue Apple Theatre website
07510 844 480
Where to go
- Studio 3 at Unit 12
Winnall Valley Road
- SO23 0LD
Venue. Unit 12 is a community arts building. Find out more about the venue here.
Public Transport. Travel: Stagecoach No 1 bus goes to Winnall Road from Stanmore via Broadway and Jewry Street. See here.
[From Stanmore the bus goes through the centre of Winchester, stopping in Jewry Street outside the Theatre Royal and by King Alfred's Statue and then on up to Winnall Valley Road where Unit 12 is.]
Time / Date Details
- When is it on
- Tuesdays 4-5pm
- Time of day
- Session Information
Street dance 4-5pm on Tuesdays in Studio 3 at Unit 12
- Table of costs
Table of costs Amount Cost Type 7 per session
- Term in total or two payments, usually payable in advance, total cost between £84-£98 per term depending on number of weeks.
- Referral required
- Other notes
Blue Apple Theatre provides services to people with learning disabilities. We evaluate whether we can support specific needs on an individual basis.