Find out about the people behind DANCE SIX-0
Find out about our origins
An outdoor performance
Pushing the boundaries
Our first ever piece
Embodying our love of moving
On Zoom throughout 2020
Our biennial celebration
Among the sculptures of Sophie Ryder
Our professional dance company
Weekly dance and movement sessions
For older people living in care homes
01 September 2021
Debbie trained at the London Contemporary Dance School 1978-82 and has been teaching for 40 years. Having extensive experience as an independent dancer, choreographer and teacher, Debbie has taught and led projects in a wide range of education and community contexts in the UK and abroad.
Debbie was a Senior Lecturer in Choreography & Dance at the University of Winchester from 1999 – 2019 teaching dance undergraduates, where she managed to balance her work as a dance artist and an academic. She has written extensively on the subject of dance and health, ageing and performance.
Debbie directed her own dance company ‘Soma/Numa’ 1997-2007 and received several project funding grants from Arts Council England with which she devised dance-theatre work for small-scale touring. During the last ten years Debbie has performed several solo dance works and her critically acclaimed duet ‘Do not go gentle’ (2017) was co-choreographed and performed with her daughter Lauren Anthony.
Since 2015 Debbie has relished leading weekly open classes for DANCE SIX-0. She also has experience working as a facilitator for the charity Alzheimer’s Support, leading Movement for the Mind workshops for community groups and people living with dementia.
For more detailed information on Debbie’s dance history and range of projects, please take a look at her website: debbieleeanthony.com