The Dance Space is not just for dancing! Aside from dance activity, the Dance Space will have a variety of places for meeting, planning and working.
We want The Dance Space to be a welcoming home for dance with a variety of classes and workshops on offer; and a diverse range of people and organisations using the space. We operate a sliding scale pricing structure. For information on these rates, please see below:
Rate A: Charities and businesses with a turnover of more than £250k per annum; schools, universities and commercial organisations who wish to hire space for, for example, commercial filming or photography; team building events, meetings, conferences and awaydays.
Rate B: Charities and businesses with a turnover of less than £250k per annum; dance artists and organisations in receipt of public funding over £15k via project or other grants, that wish to hire the meeting rooms for, for example, commercial filming or photography; team building events, meetings, conferences and awaydays.
Rate C: We will have a limited amount of meeting rooms space to offer at a reduced rate to non-funded independent artists (currently not in receipt of any public or private funding).
Space at Rate C will be allocated on a first come first served basis. We will announce when we will begin taking bookings at Rate C on our social media channels - follow us at @southeastdance
If you are unsure which rate applies to your organisation or activity, please contact email@example.com to discuss.
|South East Dance Meeting Room||Rate A||Rate B||Rate C|
|Boardroom||Rate A||Rate B||Rate C|
|Artist Pods as meeting space or similar||Rate A||Rate B||Rate C|
|Tea, Coffee, Biscuits (Fairtrade and Organic)||£3 per person|
|Evening/ early morning hire admin charge||£20 per session|
|Flipchart||£5 per session|
|Screen||£5 per session|
All rates inclusive of VAT.
Meeting Rooms are available for hire Monday to Saturday, 8am-9pm.
To hire space outside of these hours please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss.
We began developing these rates before the Covid-19 emergency and so without any assumptions around social distancing. We are now, however, mindful of a constantly changing situation regarding public safety in times of Covid-19, and in consultation with other venue-based dance and arts organisations, are working on various models for safe and successful building and programme operations, should some form of social distancing still be necessary in the longer-term. In light of this we may need to make adjustments to our rates going forward.