As our company’s ‘why’ is ‘to celebrate each individual’, we focus on each member of our team as an individual, and explore in our work what our unique skills and abilities are.
If you would like to work with us, we would like to know what drives you, so that together we may be able to help your dreams come to fruition.
We are always keen to hear from passionate individuals who share our values.
We promote connection with ourselves and with others.
If you want to connect with us, and support us by sharing your skills and talents, if you are a dancer, a teacher, a video maker, an artist, an app developer, or a social media guru, whoever you are, and whatever you love, we are always eager to share and develop the work we do.
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“I love working with the 283 crew and the Brelade players not only because every individual brings a vibrant energy to the class but because one gets the sense that this kind of joyous dancing comes directly from the heart. When I am leading the class I often think: What an incredible thing to love to move! What I also love about working for Family thing, is how everyone accepts each other as a unique individual with his own special gifts and personality, and in the classes, we get the chance to celebrate this through dancing”.
“I absolutely love working with Family Thing. My experience with them has been invaluable. It’s such a fun thing to be part of. Working with the guys has massively helped me with my own personal development and has boosted my confidence.”
“I love being part of the group as it is more like being part of a family. After a day at college they bring me positivity through making me laugh and smile. Their energy and enthusiasm is inspiring and they never turn down a challenge. Working with Family Thing has boosted my confidence and expanded my communication skills as sometimes words aren’t enough. In many ways they have taught me to be a better person and I will forever be thankful for that. Their passion for dance is incredible and their joy for life is humbling. Working with them has become the highlight of my week.”
“Dancing for me has always been a family thing. From an early age I was in the studio watching my Mum teach and I learnt from her that the most important part of teaching was enabling the students to find their joy and to believe in themselves. I also grew up watching my cousins Kevin and Joanne Clifton dance competitively in Blackpool and was constantly inspired by them, not by the winning, but by the way they seemed to bring magic to the dance floor. Supporting them was a very important part of my childhood, and as much as I would love the performance aspect of their work, the competitive environment was something I struggled with; I believe that in dance, as in all areas of life, connection and self worth are vital for growth as individuals and as communities.