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
11 April 2022
DANCE SIX-0 is enormously grateful to Wilshire Creative for all their support in a variety of different ways. Our classes are held in the Arts Centre, and we also use Salisbury Playhouse for events and performances.
We are currently receiving funding from Arts Council England and Wiltshire County Council’s Salisbury Area Board. We have also benefited from the support of Wiltshire Community Foundation, Elevate Dance Company and Salisbury Dance Studios.
We would like to thank the people who have been so supportive of the company and who have offered support, time and energy to make DANCE SIX-0 a success!
Judith Bossano, Meg Edgar, Philippa Heseltine, Vicky Thornton (founders)
Gemma Alldred, Sophie Amstell, Matt Bartram, Kyla Booth-Lucking, Gjenya Cambray, Rosalind Conlon, Louise Dancy, Caroline Day, Melanie Evans, Jacinta Landon at Elevate Dance Company, Debbie Lee-Anthony, Karen Linekar, Alexandra Martyn-Potts, Myddelton&Major, Gemma Okell, Hannah Osmond, Rebecca Seymour, Toby Smith, Jane and John Waddington, Sam Gilroy, Sebastian Warrack, Kate Western, Heidi Yorke, Kim Yew Wong of Salisbury Dance Studios.
DANCE SIX-0 has a range of colourful and comfortable T-shirts and hoodies in blue, teal and grey. To find out more, please email Christinebennett66@btinternet.com