National Resource Centre for Dance
The National Resource Centre for Dance was founded in 1982 with the aim of providing support services to dance education and research. It does this through two main areas of work: courses and publications for dance teaching and study, and an archive collection which is open to researchers and is actively utilised in research projects.
Access our archives
Our archive represents a wide range of theatrical, educational, and theoretical dance development and activity in the UK. We hold a substantial core reference collection, over 50 special collections and regularly accession new reference material and donated archives.
We have a range of training courses and resources available to support dance teaching.