Experts who’ll keep you in step
The dance world provides its own unique challenges – not just the physical demands it places on performers, but also the provision of specific training, rehearsal and clothing to ensure performers can deliver to their best abilities. Thankfully, the UK has a strong selection of suppliers that can meet the highest demands.
The Barre is a family-run, Yorkshire-based company dedicated to the production of dance and exercise equipment. All its products are manufactured in the UK to the highest standard. With more than 35 years’ experience in dance, it is able to meet and understand the needs of the industry. The Barre has introduced its new wooden range of Classic Barres in ash, for the classical-style teacher. Its Standard Barres are powder-coated steel, with a soft finish. The barres are available from stock for immediate delivery. thebarre.co.uk
Mirrors for Training offers a dedicated, nationwide mirror installation service to the performing arts industries. It offers portable mirrors, perfect for small studios or practice at home. Whatever your studio, Mirrors for Training has a solution for you. Call 01902 791207 for a quote, or email email@example.com. Visit mirrorsfortraining.co.uk
Aspect Safety Mirrors Ltd, a family-run business based in Cambridge, specialises in dance mirrors and ballet barres for the performing arts sector and installs these all over the UK. The company has completed jobs for organisations including RADA, Bodywork Company, Rambert, London Studio Centre, Guildhall School of Music and Drama and the University of West London. It is committed to providing customers with a first-class service, completed by its trained and professional installers. dancestudiomirrors.co.uk
Attitude Dancewear supplies a wide range of footwear, clothing and accessories for all ages and all styles of dance. It has an extensive online shop and delivery is free on all UK orders over £25. The understanding and experienced sales team is fully trained in pointe-shoe fitting and encourages a long-term and supportive relationship with all clients. attitudedancewear.co.uk
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