Still from the new film (1)


A short film has just been released which shows the story of Artistic Director Natasha Britton BCA and the origins and aspirations for Brighton-based Parable Dance. Launched five years ago, this inclusive company is now leading the way in the inclusive dance industry in the UK.

Parable Dance at The Dance Space - By Disruptivmedia

The film explores Britton’s passion for supporting the learning-disabled community in Brighton and dancers with and without disabilities nationally, through her company. “If I can touch the lives of a few then great,” she says. “If I can support change for many then that is the ultimate goal”.

Still from the new film 2

“I’m incredibly passionate about creating opportunities for people to succeed in dance and for people to have the chance to progress, both for fun and as a career. Training and employing dance artists with learning disabilities on our team is integral to our work and ensuring we’re inclusive in all that we do.”

Natasha Britton

“I love the varied work we do at Parable Dance. For example in these past few weeks, I have been on an advisory board for a new ISTD community dance teaching qualification, have led sessions for for the Critical Dance Pedagogy Network at Canterbury Christ Church University and have danced in sequins on stage with our Brighton classes at The Dome. We are enthusiastic about connecting with our local community and supporting the wider dance sector, using dance to change lives.”

Much of this is covered in the new 2.5 minute film, made by, which can be found at:

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