Following on from the success of previous years, the Jubilee Hall Trust is delighted to be hosting two events that will let you get involved and get dancing!
Hosted by Jubilee Hall Trust
Hosted by Jubilee Hall Trust in partnership with Camden Council
Created in 2006, this biennial celebration of dance has inspired thousands of people to get dancing in London, the UK and internationally. Now in its final year, Big Dance 2016 Festival offers a multitude of opportunities for everyone to participate. Dance is a great way to stay healthy, improve fitness and lose weight, transcending gender, age and cultural groups.
Jubilee Hall Trust, dedicated to building healthier communities, is hosting two Big dance Events in 2016, bringing people together through dance and movement, a fun and inclusive event for all. The events will showcase a mix of both community groups and professional performances, including our local school partnerships and Jubilee Hall Trust Staff.
Throughout the year Jubilee Hall Trust works in partnership with Coin Street Builders and local schools to provide dance training and also offers free classes for older people in the community within our gyms.
Join us! Our friendly supportive 2k/5/10k Charity Event has something for everyone. Runners, families and spectators will enjoy our lineup of activities, wellness providers, and raffle prizes on the day. Hampstead Heath, 14 September.
The Jubilee Hall Trust is a charity that aims to build strong healthy communities by promoting the fitness and wellbeing of the individuals within them.
The Trust operates four health, fitness and sports centres in Covent Garden, Hampstead, Southwark and Westminster and also manages outreach community programmes such as dance classes for older people and healthy eating education programmes for obese children.
The Trust receives no public funding or subsidy (except for special projects) and generates its own income through trading. Primarily, the Trust sells gym memberships and other services at value for money rates, and the surpluses generated enable us to subsidise memberships for people on low incomes and to provide our community programmes.
You can read about all our achievements over the last year in our latest annual review.