Ludus Dance is an arts charity that works to inspire and engage people in dance.
From an exciting and fun studio programme offering a wide range of dance classes in Lancaster to delivering outreach dance projects and supporting professional dance artists across Lancashire and the North West, we have a reputation for excellence and firm belief that ‘dance is for everyone’.
term dates 2016
Autumn Term 2016
Classes run: Monday 12 September to Sunday 30 October (7 weeks)
Half Term: Monday 31 October to Sunday 6 November (no classes)
Classes run: Monday 7 November to Sunday 11 December (5 weeks)
office opening times
|Monday||09.30 - 20.00|
|Tuesday||09.30 - 20.00|
|Wednesday||09.30 - 12.00|
|Thursday||09.30 - 20.00|
|Friday||09.30 - 15.00|
|Evening opening hours only apply during term-time when classes are running.|
Coming Up Soon
'Light Migrations' Rehearsal Workshop
Take part in a mass participation performance to open the Lancashire Encounter festival in Preston
Open to all ages and abilities. Wednesday 24 August from 6pmLearn more
Ludus Dance has been developing opportunities for people of all ages and abilities to take part in, create, and watch dance since 1975.
From an exciting and fun studio programme offering a wide range of dance classes in Lancaster to support for professional dance artists, we have a reputation for excellence and a renowned ethos that ‘dance is for everyone’.
Our charity takes the lead to inspire and generate high quality dance projects in Lancaster, Lancashire and across the North West of England, working together with community groups, schools, colleges and universities, local authorities and other arts partners.
We champion dance for young people and offer the experience that is essential for inspiring the next generation of dance artists.
Keep up with latest news on our studio programme, projects and training, by signing up to our Ludus Newsletter and, if you wish to donate to our work, please visit our Support Us page.
Equality and Diversity
Ludus Dance is an Equal Opportunities organisation and recognises that discrimination exists in many parts of society. The staff and Board at Ludus Dance will not tolerate discrimination and finds such behaviour unacceptable.