Lucy takes part in Dancefest’s Contemporary Technique class and Chance to Dance Club in Worcester, and is a member of our Chance to Dance Company, a community performance company for experienced dancers aged 50 and over.

Lucy says: “The Chance to Dance group is lovely, so accepting. I find learning the movements and working hard to remember routines so useful. I'm able to dance without feeling old and tired. It's helped me so much this last year and makes me feel I belong somewhere. It's been a long time since I've wanted to do something really well and to put all the effort in I can to improve.” 

Lucy has a wealth of dance teaching experience as she was early years dance advisor for Worcestershire County Council and a teacher at Stanley Road Primary School in Worcester. She has also volunteered with some of our children’s classes and taught Worcester Dancemakers Juniors, a weekly class for 6 to 11 year olds.

People can be involved with Dancefest in so many ways; as a participant, performer, teacher or volunteer – and in Lucy’s case, all four!

Lucy Dennison
Arts Council England Worcester Municipal Charities Eveson Charitable Trust People Dancing Professional Member Arts Award Supporter

Dancefest is an Arts Council England National Portfolio Organisation and also gratefully receives funding from Worcester Municipal Charities, The Eveson Trust, Dumbreck Charity, Albright Grimley Charity, and WA Cadbury Charitable Trust.