Contemporary Dance With Rambert
Coin Street is working in partnership with Rambert, Britain’s oldest national dance company, to provide local people with the opportunity to get active and explore dance. We’re offering an exciting and varied programme of classes for children, young people, adults and older people at a reduced rate for anyone living in the Coin Street neighbourhood area.
Join the community experiencing an exciting and varied range of dance and wellbeing classes.
View Rambert’s autumn class timetable.
Coin Street and Rambert: Working in partnership to bring dance to London’s South Bank
Rambert has been working with Coin Street since 2002 to move their company headquarters to a new, purpose-built home at the heart of London’s South Bank. In December 2013 the building completed and Rambert moved in. This is an exciting project to enable access to dance for local people through affordable community programmes, open rehearsals and a new Rambert archive. It is a long-term partnership and will grow in response to demand.
The new headquarters for Rambert are part of a major mixed development on our Doon Street site. The development will also include a public swimming and indoor leisure centre, flats for sale, an educational/office building, and a new town square adjacent to Waterloo Bridge.
Just one of the many benefits of Coin Street’s partnership with Rambert is that anyone living in the Coin Street neighbourhood area can book classes at a reduced rate of £30 for 12 classes per term, with regular priority booking.
- View the full Rambert programme here.
Reduced-rate places are limited and are available on a first-come-first-served basis for those who can provide proof that they live within the ‘Coin Street neighbourhood area’ on the map above (adults: a utility bill or letter from your employer; children: letter from school/college or proof of parent/carer address is acceptable) on arrival to their first class. Participants benefiting from reduced-rate places who fail to attend 3 or more classes will not be eligible again (unless a medical letter is provided for absence).