Family Move and Play in Cygnet Square (Spring Term)

Dates and times

Saturdays 14:30 – 15:15


Cygnet Square
The Nest


These sessions are free, booking is essential.

For Familes, Ages 3yrs+

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Queenscroft Park Picnic. Outdoors in a park, adults and children hold hands as if in a procession. They are all smiling

We invite families to join us outdoors in Cygnet Square for our Move and Play session. You will be guided by a dance artist who will encourage you to find creative and playful ways to move, inspired by the square and its surroundings.

What to expect

  • Take part in playful creative movement, through listening, imagery, music and movement
  • We may play music as we dance
  • Do check and come dressed for the weather
  • Suggested ages are 3yr+ – 10yrs. All are welcome, young and older, but all adults must be accompanied by a little mover!

Supported by Peabody LDN

Who's Who

Holly Smith

Holly is a London based dance teacher, producer and administrator. Gaining a BA (Hons) in Contemporary Dance at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance; whilst studying Holly discovered her passion for dance teaching and education through working on childrens classes at Chisenhale Dance Space and Trinity Laban.

After graduating Holly joined the Learning and Participation team at Trinity Laban where she gained a wealth of experience of working in education and community settings with children and young people, including young people with additional needs and disabilities, all the way up to teaching adults, older adults and adults with acquired brain and stroke injuries.

Now a freelance artist, Holly teaches for Trinity Laban, the Royal Academy of Dance, DanceWest, Truefitt Collective and supports classes for Greenwich Dance, working across schools, community classes and private dance studios. Alongside her teaching work Holly is the Education and Outreach Coordinator for Truefitt Collective and Associate Programme and Primary Steps Coordinator at the Royal Ballet School and was previously Participation Producer for RISE Youth Dance.

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Lewis Sharp

Lewis is a professional dancer with training from The BRIT School and Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance. Highlights of Lewis’s career include dancing for Garsington Opera, The V&A Museum, Glastonbury Festival, and creating his own work. Lewis has an extensive amount of working within education and community settings that include Trinity Laban, Royal Academy of Dance, DanceWest, and The Royal Ballet School. His approach to dance is to make it inclusive, exploratory, playful and fun! He aims for everyone to have a taste of creative dance with no expectation of it being so serious! Lewis is really excited to be returning to this project with Greenwich Dance!