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Claire Lambert

Thu 22nd Feb 2024, 10:00am

About the class

Claire will lead a full-bodied, expansive class that is detailed in content and playful in nature. Expect a blend of improvisation, led sequences and an eclectic playlist. The class encourages personal expression whilst finding strength, articulation and stamina in the moving body. Expect to sweat, laugh and warm down feeling lifted!

Booking

Pay-as-you-go– Online booking will close 15 minutes after the start time. Please ensure all personal information is entered correctly when booking your class. Tickets can also be brought by card at reception, places are subject to availability.

Membership– You will not need to pre-book your class, just register at the reception 10 minutes before your chosen class.

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Class FAQs

Brum Pro Class is for any professional artists or second/third-year vocational dance students who would like to continue development and push themselves in a challenging, high-quality professional class.

Classes take place in a variety of locations in the city.  Normally this is either FABRIC’s Studios, which is based on the Birmingham Hippodrome campus or ACE Dance and Music in Digbeth. Classes may also take place at other studios so please check carefully on booking, or call or visit.

FABRIC  
Birmingham Hippodrome
Thorp Street
Birmingham
B5 4TB
UK

T: +44(0)121 667 6730


ACE Dance and Music

ACE Space,

54-57 Floodgate Street,

Birmingham,

B5 5SL

UK

T: 0121 314 5830

Yes, although for many this is unlikely to be the most cost-effective way to book.  PAYG cost £8 per class and can be purchased in advance directly from here or via card payment at reception 10 minutes before the start of a class.

Once purchased, tickets cannot be exchanged or refunded unless the class is cancelled.

We have a Monthly or Termly Membership that can all be set up online, full details can be found here.

Membership commences on the “Start Date” shown on the membership acceptance email – which is sent automatically when a member pays the fee.

Key Information

The first time you book a class you will need to make a new account. 

Booking online in advance is recommended. 

Card payment is available on the day at reception. 

Location

ACE Dance & Music

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About Claire

Claire Lambert

Supported by Birmingham’s strong network of youth dance training, Claire was introduced to movement at the age of fifteen. She later graduated from London Contemporary Dance School with Postgraduate Diploma in Performance, having completed her BA (Hons) in Dance Theatre at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance. With a varied career to date, Claire has found particular interest in devising and performing dynamic, narrative and socially relevant work for indoor, outdoor and site-specific settings. Claire is currently developing new work My Bitwith Lila Dance, It’s OK with Four Hands Company for South East Dance’s Little Big Dance project and As The Floor Shifted with CoDa Dance. Recent work also includes R&D for a concept film vertical dancing on cliffs, touring children’s theatre production Up Up and Away and vertical dance piece Home for Coventry City of Culture 2021. Additional professional interests include training in vertical dance with Kate Lawrence and supporting the local dance community through Birmingham Dance Network. 
 
Claire has had the pleasure of performing in Olivier award-winning Angels in America at the National Theatre; working with Steven Hoggett, Finn Caldwell and Marianne Elliott before continuing on to R&D for National Theatre Studio’s New Work Department. Personal highlights of her career include touring Breaking The Ice to Shanghai with Filskit Theatre, playing Sandra in Beautiful Thing for GDIF18, touring Night at the Theatre with Casson &Friends, singing internationally with Town Hall Gospel Choir, singing with Birmingham Opera Company, six years of touring Urban Astronaut(Highly Sprung), discovering aerial techniques with Rogue Play and Wired Aerial and performing in the London 2012 Olympic Opening Ceremony. Claire enjoys a collaborative process in which imagination, playfulness and invention can thrive and is driven to produce performative work by a desire to draw audiences into a compelling and meaningful experience.

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