Thank you for your patience and all your on-going support during lockdown. Following the announcement of the Government’s roadmap, Déda's building including the CUBE café | bar will remain closed to the public until no earlier than the 17 May when the government will review the easing of lockdown restrictions. There’s a light at the end of the tunnel and although these dates are not set in stone, we’re excited to be making plans behind the scenes ready for your return.
From 8 March, all BA(hons) Dance University of Derby and Déda students will return to face-to-face learning in-keeping with Government safety guidelines, which include 2 metre social distancing and the use of face coverings.
Performing arts professionals can use our studio spaces and theatre for training and rehearsals only whilst Government restrictions are in place. All activity taking place will be in-line with government safety guidelines and the requirements of local health authorities.
All customer class activity will continue to be delivered online.
We’ve introduced a new addition to our online class programme: Wellbeing Wednesday, a series of five classes in a range of different styles that give you the chance to learn something new. Tickets are onsale now and can be purchased from: https://www.deda.uk.com/classes. We will also be continuing our #LIVEInYourLivingRoom monthly online book club on the last Thursday of the month.
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact [email protected].
Please keep checking our website, social media pages and sign up to our mailing list for updates.
Thank you and keep dancing! 💃
Steve Slater, Déda Director