Feisty Fems and Fellows

FUN and CREATIVE DANCE classes led by Diane Busuttil in partnership with Dance for Parkinson’s AUSTRALIA.

FORM is delighted to launch new 30-week series of creative ageing dance classes following the success of the 2018 DANscienCE Moving Well festival and associated Get Moving classes.

Each weekly session will start with a class specifically designed for people with Parkinson’s disease, carers, friends and family members. The second half of the session will be an open class for seniors (anyone over 55) eager to dance in a joyful and creative spirit. Classes will get the blood flowing and the body dancing. They will include soft stretches suited to everyone’s ability, moving to classic tunes and interacting with other participants in a social setting.

Classes will take place in the Centenary Uniting Church in North Parramatta. The venue has ramps for wheelchairs and parking. Kitchen facilities will be open to participants for a cup of tea or coffee after class. No previous dance experience is necessary!

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April

September

The APATA National Awards Program is open for entries.

January

This special development program will provide a handful of selected young artists, who have already completed full time classical and/or contemporary training.

Develop dance skills in various styles and have fun learning new dance routines in Sydney Dance Company's Summer School Workshops.

Develop your contemporary dance at SDC's Summer Youth Intensive, open to intermediate-advanced dancers, aged 15-18.

February

Hayes Theatre Co is thrilled to be returning to the stage in 2021 with a spectacular new production of Young Frankenstein, the musical by comedy genius Mel Brooks.

April

Presenting the Australian premiere of 'Half Time', a new musical directed by Helen Dallimore and starring some of Australia’s most treasured performers including Nancye Hayes AM, Stefanie Jones, Donna Lee, Wendy-Lee Purdy and more.

June