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Are you looking for an exciting way to engage students in Dance and Theatre?   

Are you looking for a fresh approach to PSHE topics on Mental Health and Wellbeing?  

If so, book a film screening of Impact Dance’s nationally acclaimed Voices along with a Dance and Spoken Word workshop and a resource pack  

About Voices 

Voices fuses Hip-Hop, Contemporary and Spoken Word to powerful affect, exploring issues of Mental Health and Wellbeing. The piece creates a window into the private thoughts and feelings of a group of young dancers as they battle the pressures of school and home while emerging from Covid lockdowns: allowing the audience to reflect on their own Mental Health journey and to recognise that they are not alone.   

About the workshops  

Led by Impact Dance’s experienced practitioners, students of all levels can learn to express themself through movement and spoken word, in workshops focused on the themes of the piece and linked to the National Curriculum PSHE syllabus topic of Mental Health. GCSE and A Level Dance students can also go deeper in their understanding of performance and choreography, in more advanced workshops exploring the piece’s choreographic language.  

About the resource  

The resource pack links creative dance tasks to relevant PSHE topics and provides suggested follow-up work and lesson plan ideas on the themes used in Voices. It also includes signposting to Mental Health organisations and support services. As part of the package, schools will receive one month’s digital access to the film, to refer back to in their follow-up lessons.   

About Impact Dance  

Impact Dance is an award winning art-for-social-change organisation that specialises in Hip-Hop Theatre, Street Dance and Youth Development. With a UK-wide reach and global footprint, Impact Dance is based in central London. Founded by Artistic Director Hakeem Onibudo in 1995, Impact Dance empowers young people aged 11-19yrs through dance training, mentoring, national and international performances. The organisation’s work aims to address the inequality of opportunity to access and participate in dance, particularly by those facing long-term structural and systemic inequalities. You can find out more about Impact Dance at:   



Book your screened performance followed by a half or full-day workshop today!  Workshops are available from the 1st June 2023 

Screened performance plus half day (2hr) workshop and resource: £250 

Screened performance plus full day (3hr) workshop and resource: £450 

A limited number of live performances will also be available to book.  

Please contact us for details. 

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