Meeting Rooms

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. 

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Make your way up to the first floor of The Dance Space and you'll enter our flexible workspace for creative professionals.

As well as rentable office space, you will also find our two meeting rooms; the South East Dance Meeting Room and our Boardroom. 

The South East Dance Meeting Room will be able to accommodate up to 6 people, whilst the Boardroom will be suitable for larger meetings of up to 16 people. All of our meeting rooms will be bright, contemporary spaces filled with natural light and will have wheelchair access from street level. 

 

The South East Dance Meeting Room:

  • Can accommodate meetings up to 6 people
  • Suitable for small meetings and interviews
  • Free wifi
  • Wheelchair access from street level
  • Tea, coffee and biscuits (available at an additional charge)
  • Have access to a T.V. screen (subject to availability and an additional charge)

 

The Boardroom:

  • Can accommodate meetings up to 16 people
  • Suitable for activities such as board meetings, training sessions, workshops and formal interviews.
  • Free wifi
  • Wheelchair access from street level
  • Tea, coffee and biscuits (available at an additional charge)
  • Have access to a T.V. screen (subject to availability and an additional charge)

 

In addition to meeting rooms, the building also benefits from three Artist Pods, which benefit from a smaller and more personable environment and are perfect for informal meetings. 

Artist Pods: 

  • Can accommodate up to 3 people
  • Are suitable for meetings in informal settings such as coaching or mentoring
  • Free wifi

Rates 

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 studios@southeastdance.org.uk to discuss.

South East Dance Meeting RoomRate ARate BRate C
Hourly£29£19£10
Daily (10-6)£203£133£70

 

 

BoardroomRate ARate BRate C
Hourly£54£36£18
Daily (10-6)£378£252£126
Artist Pods as meeting space or similarRate ARate BRate C
Hourly£24£16£8
Daily (10-6)£168£112£56
Extras 
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 studios@southeastdance.org.uk 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.