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Wheelfever Inclusive Dance

Wheelfever Projects is a Community Dance Project devising and delivering creative dance experiences relevant to the requirements of individuals and groups. It's built on our conviction that dance is an activity that benefits the health and well-being of those who participate. We think creatively and inclusively to provide opportunities for people who may otherwise struggle with traditional dance forms and mainstream methods of teaching.

Wheelfever Projects was set up with the aim of providing opportunities for disabled and non-disabled children and young people to explore dance together.

Contacts details

Address:40 Mayflower Drive
Telephone number: 07815 285208

Wheelfever Inclusive Dance provides inclusive dance experiences that are fun and challenging to encourage independent thinking, creative problem solving, and freedom of movement in all participants.

1) Participation: Being part of a regular dance group encourages a sense of belonging; it can be empowering, liberating, and fun! Our creative workshops encourage independent thinking and problem-solving skills. Dancers develop their confidence to express and communicate their ideas as they learn to be part of a team and work in groups.

Participating in live performances builds confidence in presenting ideas.

2) The Making Process, Performance, and Production: We make new dances each term in which the dancers are fully engaged in the process. The performances naturally challenge the idea of who can and cannot dance, realigning perspectives and presenting an equal view of society.

3) Training and Development, Mentoring, and Coaching: We are conscious that formal training opportunities are not always accessible to dancers who are disabled. We therefore provide dance training for young people, disabled and non-disabled, giving the dancers who are disabled a chance to develop the same level of skills as their non-disabled peers.

Please visit our website for a diary of sessions and further details.



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Age range
  • Primary - 5 to 11 years
  • Secondary - 11 to 18 years
  • Preparing for Adulthood
  • Needs level
  • High
  • Provision type
  • Specialist

  • Price: £2 per session
    Based: Plymouth
    • 5 to 11 years old
    • 12 to 16 years old
    • 17 to 25 years old
    • Cerebral palsy
    • Mobility issues
    • Physical disabilities

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