Works with the following audiences: 17-18 Years 19+ Years People with Disabilities Adults Learned in the following dance styles: Hip Hop/Street Contemporary Improvisation Disco/Freestyle




DanceSyndrome was founded in 2009 by its Director, Jen Blackwell, who realised that her disability was preventing her from following her dream of being a dancer and dance leader. DanceSyndrome believes that everyone has the right to follow their own interests and passions – regardless of whether they have a disability or not. We provide inclusive dance and leadership opportunities for people who believe disability is not a barrier to living life to the full. DanceSyndrome has an equal number of learning disabled and non-disabled company members, and our main aims are: To increase opportunities for learning disabled people to access dance; and To be inclusive and learning disabled-led. We hope to achieve these aims by: Delivering high quality co-led workshops for learning disabled and non-disabled participants; Presenting stimulating public performances; Developing our unique resource of skilled, confident leaders; Becoming a sustainable social enterprise.

Address Details

61 High Lane

M21 9EE

Contact Details

Telephone: 07411 082 599


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Background Information

We have performed locally and nationally at performance venues and conferences. We currently lead inclusive workshops for adults at Gorse Hill Studios, Stretford on Wednesdays and for young people at the Oakwood High School, Eccles on Thursday evenings.