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Parable Dance

Parable Dance

Inclusive Practice is Good Practice

Our resource film, Inclusive Practice is Good Practice is now available and free to access! To watch the film and for more information about the project, click the button below!

Film project


Introducing the Network for Emerging Inclusive Dancers (NEID!) For more information about the Network and how to join, click the button below. 


Our Values


At Parable Dance CIC we want everyone to have access to art and to work inclusively. We believe that dance has the ability to unite communities, develop confidence, and maximise mental and physical health and wellbeing. People of all ages with disabilities engaging in our dance workshops have the opportunity to be creative, active, and social. Everyone has a unique ability. We hold the following values:



To make dance available for people with disabilities who may have limited –if any– access to dance, art, and community.



Leaders facilitate and guide classes rather than teach in order to enable a focus on ability rather than disability. All participants’ ideas are respected and everyone contributes to create a dance piece. Movements are therefore suitable for every 'body'.



Guided by our facilitators, participants learn dance technique, performance skills and create choreography.



Training schemes and consultations to enable other artists and teachers to develop their skills in inclusive practice.



To offer enriching social experiences through fun and engaging dance workshops.

Incredibly trustworthy, professional, and caring. They value high quality, honest engagement no matter the scale or scope of the project
Elaine Foley, Project Manager, Learning & Engagement, Sadler’s Wells
Highly professional in all aspects of their work; passionate about inclusion and individuals having quality opportunities to flourish
Avril Hitman, BEM, FRSA, Founder Magpie Dance

Thank you for your generous support of Parable Dance. Your contribution will directly support our work.