Elevate Escalate Dance Company - EEDC
Passion. Create. Inspire
Who are we?
Elevate Escalate Dance Company is a contemporary dance company based in West Berkshire. We specialise in providing a platform for young dancers, developing their natural talent, nurturing their passion, and presenting professional quality works in a number of different environments.
Elevate Escalate has been running since 2009, and combines almost 20 years of dancing and teaching experience into open contemporary classes, graded contemporary classes and Diamond Dancers.
Upcoming Shows and Events
Since 2000, Elevate Escalate Dance Company - EEDC has been making a breakthrough in the performing arts industry with its cutting edge shows and performances. As a renowned performing arts company in Newbury, we believe in providing our audiences with engaging and impactful productions. Want to see one of our shows? Check out our calendar and reserve your tickets today!
Current Performances - Updated May 2021
Due to the current situation regarding Covid-19 we do not have any scheduled performances that can be confirmed. However, we plan to have an annual EEDC Performance in July 2022. We also hope to take part in Lift Off in Bracknell and Spring Equinox if these events are permitted.
Save the Arts
While we do not have any planned performances at this time please support the arts in anyway you can. Support local theatres and performances this summer!
Who We Are
A Family of Artists - with Passion for Dance
"I am passionate about dance and firmly believe that there is a dancer in everyone. I love working with young dancers and nurturing their talent. The success of EEDC over the last 10 years is inspiring and I can't wait to see where we go next!"
Since 2018 I have been a member of the National Association of Teachers of Dancing (NATD). We introduced the Contemporary dance syllabus to our repertoire of classes in January 2019. Our first exams in December 2019 were hugely successful and we look forward to more success with the NATD.
"I love the impact the arts can have on audiences and communities. Whether it's for fitness or performance, I think dance is so diverse, there is something for everyone. Teaching youth dance allows me to help dancers discover their interests and strengths while sharing creative ideas."