One Dance UK is the national body for dance in the UK, formed by the merger of Association of Dance of the African Diaspora (ADAD), Dance UK, National Dance Teachers Association (NDTA) and Youth Dance England. Our organisation represents dancers at all levels of the dance industry, and champions excellence in education, youth dance, dance of the African diaspora, performance, health and well-being, management, leadership and career development.
U.Dance 2016, the nation’s youth dance festival is officially on its way. In the 30 day countdown, 30 young dancers, from across the country, share their thoughts on dance, what it means to them and why it matters.
U.Dance 2016 on 8-10 July at The Lowry, Salford.
450 young dancers, 48 workshops and six performances, U.Dance is the country’s biggest youth dance celebration and will see an exciting mix of dance styles and approaches being showcased.