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Let’s Dance delivers high quality dance opportunities for people of all abilities. We believe dance is a powerful tool to help children and young people to express themselves, develop creativity and to become more physically active.

“The two visiting dance teachers were excellent role models. They skilfully engaged students in the activities, which moved at a brisk pace” “The activities developed students’ memory, creativity, collaboration and spatial awareness. They responded very well and were clearly enjoying the work – Mock OFSTED Report from dance lesson observation at ‘Extra Time Project’ (Russell Martin Foundation)

Our packages include

For more information, or to book a Let’s Dance engagement session in your school/club/venue, get in touch at [email protected]

LET’S DANCE MASTER CLASS (one off session)



Our Teachers

Gabby Sanders

Programme Manager and Dance Teacher
Gabby is a Brighton/London-based contemporary dancer and teacher. In 2019 she became a
founding trustee of Let’s Dance and has since taken on the role of Programme Manager, co-
ordinating Let’s Dance out reach programmes. She graduated from Northern School of
Contemporary Dance with a 1st Class BA(Hons) in 2019, and then went on to study a Masters
Degree at London contemporary Dance School, gaining a Distinction. Since, she has performed
professionally and toured nationally for dance companies/choreographers including Avant Garde
Dance, TRIBE//, Ceyda Tanc Dance, Katie Dale-Everett and Morvell Dance. Gabby has extensive
teaching experience, having taught ages 5 to 60+, and choreographed a number of pieces, as well
as rehearsal directed for professional companies (Impromptu Dance, Switzerland, 2022) and on
commercial projects/music videos.

Oliver Robertson

Ollie started his dance training at Dance East CAT Scheme in Suffolk, and experienced his first
professional dance job in 2014 performing in Lord of the Flies, by Matthew Bourne. Ollie
studied his BA Hons at Northern School of Contemporary Dance, graduating in 2019 with a
First Class Degree. He then went on study his Postgraduate Masters through London
Contemporary Dance School, which included an apprenticeship with James Wilton Dance, and
graduated with a Distinction. Ollie has remained working with James Wilton Dance, having
performed nationally and internationally with the company, and also taking on the role of
Outreach and Educational Manager, teaching and choreographing on behalf of the company
across the UK and Europe. Ollie also works as a freelance artist and teacher/choreographer
(Smikle Dance, Let’s Dance), and has worked for other dance companies including Roisin
Whelan Dance (Ireland), and Katie Dale-Everett Dance.

Mathilde Navarro

Mathilde is a contemporary dancer, teacher and event organiser. As a graduate of Northern School of Contemporary Dance, she has worked with over twenty choreographers, stage directors, artists, and collectives such as Alleyne Dance, Jane McKernan, and Pascal Merighi. In October 2022, she completed her Masters Degree in International Event Management with a Distinction. Mathilde is currently working at Sadler’s Wells, and is also a member Doppelgänger collective in Geneva, which includes performing and directing multidisciplinary cultural projects. Alongside performing, Mathilde has a range of teaching experience, and currently teaches weekly adults and children in Hove, and has been on the Let’s Dance faculty team for over a year.

Tom Williams

Tom started dance in year 7 at Dorothy Stringer and never looked back since – he has continued dancing for 10 years. He’s experienced in a variety of genres, and has had many performance opportunities – particularly when being part of Ceyda Tanc Youth Dance. Tom studied contemporary dance at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance, before going on to Chichester University to study Sports. Tom is really excited to join the Let’s Dance team, to meet the students and to get people dancing!

Edward Elford

Edward is dancer and dance teacher passionate about finding ways to engage people in dance. His work as a dance artist with Improplay informs his practice, introducing play and imagination where possible. He has also performed with Katie Dale-Everett Dance and Barnaby Booth Dance Company. In his free time he enjoys cycling, walking, swimming and watching films.

Rebecca Long

Rebecca is a freelance dance artist originally from South Wales. She graduated from Trinity Laban in 2021 with a First Class (Hons) and since her graduation, has had a year long contract with Rubicon Dance Company, taught for multiple dance institutions as a freelance teacher, and has worked with Luke Ahmet, Constant Vigier, Candoco Dance Company and the Wayne McGregor Company. At Rubicon, Rebecca performed the Christmas classic Nutcracker as main role Carys (Clara), as well as performing a Triple Bill dancing works by Choreographers Marcus Willis, Anna Watkins and Jamiel Lawrence. Now residing in Brighton, Rebecca is further pursuing her burning passion for dance and continuing to spread her love and passion for the art with others.