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Siobhan Davies Dance, Juniors Creative Contemporary (5–11 years)

Juniors Creative Contemporary (5–11 years)

Programmed by Siobhan Davies Dance
Available discounts and concessions:
  •  FREE taster class*
  •  25% sibling discount **
  •  25% low-income discount ***
  •  Additional 5% early bird when booked two weeks prior to start of term

* Limited spaces per class, please call or email to book in advance to avoid disappointment
**Please note only one discount can be applied per child
*** booked on or before the first week of term

This class supports children to develop confidence and choreograph their own dance sequences. Working collaboratively to create movement, this one hour and fifteen minute class presents opportunities for children to explore and learn about dance and choreography in a fun and welcoming environment. Drawing from a range of techniques and influences, this dynamic class supports children to work confidently in testing, creating and making.

Please note: No classes on the half term break 27th Oct.

Please do join us for a free taster class. To book your free taster class please call reception on 0207 0919 650.

Terms and Conditions

To book email enquiries@siobhandavies.com or call 0207 0919 650. Payment required in advance.

Class timetables

Juniors Creative Contemporary (5–11 years), 12 Jan – 6 Apr 2019

Saturday, 10.15–11.30am
£9.00 / £6.75 concessions
11-week full term** (you save 20% by booking for the whole term)
Saturday, 10.15–11.30am
£79.20 / £74.25 concessions

Please note: Concession = low income family discount or sibling discount, please note only one discount can be applied per child. No classes on the half term break 23rd Feb. Prices stated for one parent/carer and one child. Drop–in only available if spaces are available.


Cheryl McChesney

Cheryl is a freelance dance artist who believes passionately that dance can offer huge benefits to people of all ages and abilities. She has taught and choreographed for over 20 years with a variety organisations such as Sadler's Wells, East London Dance, Southbank, Barbican, Artis Education, Rambert, Indep-dance, Trinity Laban and London councils.

This has involved supporting creative dance activities in primary and secondary schools, CPD programmes, and by creating performance work for theatres, venues, projects and festivals in the UK, Europe and Ethiopia has worked with hundreds of people to achieve positive dance experiences.