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WISP Dance Club - Children and young people's activities

What we do

WISP Dance Club is run by Artistic Director Cher Mather and Choreographer Uma O’Neill. Cher began WISP in 1994 to create the first out-of-school dance and performance group for young people with special educational needs or learning disabilities in the North Wales area. WISP has gone from strength to strength, creating dance performances across a variety of themes and performed in a number of local and professional settings.

The group now has members from five counties who meet each work to enjoy dance and movement activities and have fun. Dancing together helps us to increase our self-esteem, confidence, coordination, wellbeing and contributes to as healthy lifestyle.

Have fun, learn dance, get fit, stay happy, make friends with our inclusive dance activities.

Who do we support

Children and young people aged 11-25 who live with a disability or learning need.

For MARCH 2021 ONLY - we are so excited to announce our "Live Home Dance Sessions" are starting next week! Sessions are for anyone living with an Additional Learning Need aged 11-25. Booking is essential as places are limited to 4 participants in each session, so get in touch now to avoid disappointment. We are now taking bookings for:
Monday 8th March 1pm or 2pm
Tuesday 9th March 10am or 11am
Thursday 11th March 1pm or 2pm

Is there a charge to use this service?

Depends - During March 2021 we are offering free dance from home activity. To book your place contact us using Facebook Messenger or email us.

Can anyone use this service?

Anyone can contact us directly

Service details for this children and young people's activities

Language: English only

  • Able to support children with disabilities Yes We provide inclusive dance activities for Children & Young people living with a disability or learning need
  • Are staff DBS checked? Yes

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