Brum Pro Class is a non-profit initiative supported by local dance artists, companies and organisations.

We have recently celebrated one year of operation, offering an exciting programme of regular dance classes, events and workshops for the growing professional dance community-based in the city and wider region.

This initiative is a response to the ambition of the city’s dance sector to have a consistent offer of classes in a variety of styles, open to professional dancers, recent graduates and those in training.   Check out our frequently asked questions to find out more.

Brum Pro Class offers a membership model that encourages a collective share in the responsibility for making the classes sustainable.

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Hear from the partners

During dance training, or when working full time in a company, daily class is a vital part of a dancer’s schedule, but as a freelancer, it can be hard to access regular, relevant affordable classes. The programme reflects the broad range of skills required by dance artists… It is fantastic that this scheme, which allows dancers to think long term about investing in themselves, is being co-created here in Birmingham.

Rebecca Randall, Associate Director of Birmingham Dance Network

Birmingham Pro Class is another great example of dance organisations in the Midlands working together and being ahead of the game.  The model offers dancers the chance to experience classes and workshops in many contrasting styles, in a cost-effective way.

Gail Parmel, Artistic Director and Co-Founder of ACE.

Birmingham Pro Class is supported and delivered by

Bidf Dx
Ace Dance Logo
Birmingham Dance Network
Autin Dance Theatre
Rosie Kay Dance Company