We offer a strong outreach package devised from Zoie Golding’s extensive 15 years experience working with males in dance. The company works to build sustainable partnerships that benefit all involved with targets that are challenging yet achievable and lead to visible results.
Our workshops and projects are suitable for young people of all ages and abilities in both vocational and non-vocational settings from Primary to Secondary, GCSE, A Level, BTEC, Degree Students and schools catering for Special Needs.
Zoielogic Dance Theatre offers a wide range of workshops, participants will experience the art of play through contact work and character and movement creations. Our workshops are excitingly challenging yet achievable for all and suitable for any age and gender. Our specialism is in engaging males and those who may not have accessed dance before. Our workshops offer a memorable experience proven to positively impact attitudes to dance.
Zoie Golding has extensive experience working with hard to reach and vulnerable young people in youth secure units, care homes, pupil referral units and prisons. We offer highly successful intensive projects built around the needs of those involved and their support networks, successfully taking groups through the creative process to performance.