Dance for All may be hired to perform at corporate events, company functions, awards evenings, festivals etc.
For more information about our corporate events, enquire here.
DFA offers learners at school an extra-mural dance programme. This service is available after school or during school hours. Monday to Thursday from 14h30 to 16h30, or during school hours suitable for the school.
The learners, or alternatively the school, may pay for the classes.
For more information about our extra murals, enquire here.
DFA invites schools to be part of our Schools Showcase/Performance Programme.
We have had numerous successful school showcases in previous years, with the purpose of the programme to display the exciting & diverse dance forms at our organisation, as well as demonstrating to learners and educators in the Western Cape how dance can be used as a wonderful tool as part of the Arts & Culture Curriculum and to encourage discipline and teach life skills.
The programme also aims to build new audiences and participants of dance and show how some of DFA’s students, through their work, have become role models for other young people in the communities.
Programme length: 45min-1hr
Fee: R10 per student, with a minimum of 300 students
For more information about our school performances, enquire here.
Available for dance or drama classes, rehearsals, workshops, photographic and television shoots, or corporate meetings.
Wings 1: 230 m2
Wings 2: 87 m2
Phyllis Spira Studio: 155 m2
Rate: R170 per hour
For more information about our studio hire, enquire here.
A beautiful coffee table book, entitled Pieces of a Dream, tells the inspirational story of Dance for All and reflects what some of its students say dance has done for them.
The book features more than 70 images by top local and international photographers, which complement the text by award-winning writer Gillian Warren-Brown. Pieces of a Dream opens with the story of Hope Nongqongqo, a founder student who became DFA’s Outreach Manager. Her story is woven throughout the book and is symbolic of what DFA and dance have meant to thousands of other students, including some who have gone on to dance professionally in South Africa and abroad. The text is brought to life through interviews with students, past and present, as well as with CEO Philip Boyd, Company Director Marlene Carstens, other members of staff, long-time supporters and observers of DFA. In an engaging, anecdotal style, the challenges of running a non-profit organisation are juxtaposed with uplifting stories of hope, triumph and success. Proceeds from the sale of the book go towards supporting the ongoing work of Dance for All.