Ludus Dance is the leading Dance Development organisation in Lancashire. Founded in 1975, their mission is to inspire and engage people with dance. Ludus offer an inclusive approach and place excellence in dance, engagement and learning at the heart of their work. Committed to supporting young and emerging dance artists, they proactively contribute to the development of a thriving dance ecology in Lancashire and the North West.

Ludus provide a range of Dance Development projects, one-off sessions and dance residencies to the local and wider community in Lancashire, working with all ages across a wide range of groups. These include special needs, youth groups, elders in residential care, and disability groups, amongst others.
Ludus offer a varied programme of Dance Classes in their Lancaster Studio, delivered by specialist tutors from across the North West. They also provide progression routes for young people through various classes and groups, as well as Ludus Youth Dance Company, the North West region’s flagship youth dance company.




Burnley Youth Theatre is situated next to Queens Park in Burnley. Their mission is to creatively inspire young people to take their next step in the arts. Providing access for young people to theatre, drama and the performing arts across Burnley and beyond, BYT has a reputation for creating dynamic, inspiring and original work, covering classic theatre as well as devised and original shows.
BYT works with 5 - 25 year olds in their purpose-built space (the first purpose-built youth theatre in the UK, opened in 2005.) They also works with a range of young people in outreach settings and is at the forefront of community cohesion work in Burnley.
Lancashire Sport Partnership is one of 49 sub-regional sport partnerships operating across England. As a County Sport Partnership(CSP) they are funded by Sport England, by agencies to deliver specific projects on their behalf, by local government and by private sponsorship. County Sports Partnerships are an integral part of the Government's drive to develop a 'single sports delivery system' across England, and we are the key bridge between local and regional networks. Their vision is to inspire people and places in Lancashire to reach their full potential through sport and physical activity.
The role of Lancashire Sport Partnership is to lead and facilitate joint work across the partnership to enable an effective 'delivery system' for Sport and physical activity within the County.
To find out more about other Organisations and Practitioners in Lancashire, click here.