Dance Artists in South East London

Greenwich Dance existed to build stronger communities through quality dance experiences.

Here are some of the amazing dance artists who have helped us deliver dance-related projects in community settings and schools in recent years.

Ashley Lim (Artist)

What can people contact you for?

Facilitation for dance/movement classes for kids, youth and adults. Teaching contemporary, hip hop, house, improvisation and creative dance. I facilitate space for individuals to create and investigate dance/movement. I focus on creating communities for global majority and queer people. I am available for workshops, youth work and commission works or/ artists in residence.

Ayshen Icy Ice (Artist)

What can people contact you for?

Teaching workshops, covering sessions, regular classes, event planning, schools and community activities for young people and adults.

Charlene Low (Artist)

What can people contact you for?

Inclusive workshops for people with disabilities, school teacher CPD training, and training for dance artists and teachers on inclusive dance practice.

Daniel Heley (Producer and Dance Facilitator)

What can people contact you for?

I am a freelance producer and dance facilitator who is able to handle all aspects of project management. Specialising in children and young people’s dance project, shows and workshops.

I also hold a Level 6 Postgraduate Diploma in Dance Teaching and am able to teach tap, contemporary, musical theatre and jazz to ages 0 – 100. Please do contact me for any after school clubs or projects that you may have coming up. I look forward to working with you.

Elena Alava Hilgert (she/they)

What can people contact you for?

Hello! I am a freelance community dance artist and was part of the Greenwich Dance Team as the Artist in Residence for Young People.

I work as a dance teacher and a project manager/producer. While most of my work centres around young people, I am interested in creating exciting dance opportunities for people from all walks of life. You can contact me if you are looking for a dance teacher, e.g. for an after-school club or community workshop or if you would like my support to make a project happen. I look forward to hearing from you!


Holly Smith (Artist)

What can people contact you for?

People should contact me for my teaching practise. I teach all ages from 2-100 in community and education settings, and mainly work in contemporary, creative and ballet dance styles. With Greenwich Dance I was Artist in Residence leading Dance for Wellbeing with adults in the community, Movement and Play sessions with families in Thamesmead and This Girl Can recreational classes for adult women.

Katie Serridge (Artist)

What can people contact you for?

Please contact me if you are looking for inclusive dance teaching, that is, working with children, young people or adults with SEN, SEND, PMLD or groups for disabled, neurodiverse and/or D/deaf people. I can offer my work in schools, youth groups and weekend clubs.

Lauren Williams (Artist)

What can people contact you for?

If you are looking for a teaching assistant, choreographer or performer, I can provide an energetic presence and knowledge to your project. I have experience teaching in primary and secondary schools, performance at a professional level and choreographic skills that I have been developing since my late teens. I have also founded my very own “Indigo Movement Company” which will continue to grow in the years to come.

Maria da Luz Ghoumrassi (Artist)

What can people contact you for?

Dance classes, workshops and intensives, dance technique, creative dance, dance of the African Diaspora, contemporary dance, ballet, conditioning, jazz, choreography, movement direction for theatre and opera, dance and movement for wellbeing and community cohesion projects.

I work with professional dancers, actors, performing artists, voice and visual artists, as well as early years, primary and secondary education, vocational and higher education, adult education, adults over the age of 50 and groups with special needs (children, young adults and adults).

Virginia Poli (Artist)

What can people contact you for?

Teaching dance and creative workshops in schools, community centres to adults and children as well as to artists/dancers.

Vivian Triantafyllopoulou (Artist)

What can people contact you for?

Classes/workshops (young people, adults, conservatoire/university, professionals)
Contemporary, floor work, improvisation
Performer work (contemporary/physical theatre)
Choreography commissions