Workshops & Residencies


Lucie Lee has led many professional dance workshops for a range of skills and abilities; from those just starting out dancing to professional dancers.

We are looking for groups/schools/colleges to deliver our DANCE DIGITAL and MINDFULNESS workshop to raise 5%income as part of our ACE funding. TO BOOK:


Here are just some of the places that we have been invited to deliver workshops recently:

Vero Beach South University Centre Doncaster Kala Sangam Bradford

DMA Academy Shipley

Freedom Studios Bradford

Yorkshire Dance Centre, Leeds

Mind the Gap, Bradford


These recent workshops have celebrated our new work; Moving Memories and Pathology of the Innerself and have included:

> rep from Moving Memories & Pathology of the Inner Self
> Laban technique and Contemporary dance technique
> Development of Rep work through task based choreography
> Basic Lift technique
> Solo and Group work.
> Q&A with Lucie focusing on the choreographic process during the RnD.

We can deliver workshops tailored to suit the needs of most groups so please get in touch if you would like to book a workshop for your group.


Choreographic Lab

  • Contemporary dance technique and physical theatre
  • Learn Rep from ‘Lost’
  • Development of Rep work through task based choreographic tasks
  • Basic Lift technique
  • Solo and Group work.

Q&A with Lucie focusing on the choreographic process during the RnD.


Creative Digital Lab

This workshop will allow participants the opportunity to develop skills in the following areas:

  •  The basic set up of using technology in performance
  • How to use projection to enhance live performance
  • How to use live feed in performance
  • How to use mobile equipment, such as iPads, to interact with projection in performance
  • Q&A with Lucie to gain an insight into the day to day running of a professional dance company


“Loved the choreographed section. Some brilliant movement. A brilliant workshop, varied + really interesting”.

“It was my first time to attend a dance studio. I enjoyed it very much and I would like to attend another workshop. It was very good”.

“I thought it was a very good pace; learning quite a lot in a short workshop’.

(Participants at Freedom Studios)-RnD workshop:

 Current Residencies 2018:

  • July – Kala Sangam, Bradford
  • August – Mind the Gap, Bradford
  • September – The Lawrence Batley Theatre, Huddersfield
  • October – Kala Sangam, Bradford

Past Residencies

Moving Memories:

  • November 2017 – Mind the Gap
  • October 2017 – Bradford College and Yorkshire Dance
  • August/September 2017 – Kala Sangam

RnD ‘Pathology of Inner Self’:

  • February 2016 – Lawrence Batley Theatre, Huddersfield
  • October 2015 & February 2016 at IOU, Halifax
  • October 2015 at University Centre Doncaster
  • August 2015 at Mind the Gap, Bradford
  • July 2015 – Yorkshire Dance, Leeds
  • April 2015 – Theatre in the Mill, Bradford

Autumn 2012 – LLDC was resident at Yorkshire Dance, Leeds last autumn, to develop the Legacy of Hidden Beauty performance piece and to established the links with Leeds. We also hold a morning professional class and sharing performance at the end of our residency.

Autumn 2011 – LLDC was resident at Batley Art Gallery, Batley, for 3 weeks, with our live interactive performance, which included dance, digital media and visual arts. The art gallery never worked with dancer artist and this was new theme for them to explore. The collaborative artist created a visual sculpture for the dancers to interact with as well as to stand on their own within the space. The theme was to reconnect with the space and nature which Batley Art Gallery offered. We worked with four different community groups within Batley area (children and adults) and developed this performance, which local residence viewed with live performance every Saturday for 3 weeks.

April 2011 – LLDC was resident at Armley Mills: The Leeds Industrial Museum for 3weeks, to connect with the unusually spaces which the Armley Mills offered. We worked with Dosti Women’s group and engaged them with the visual art and dance workshops. The dancers (Lucie Lee & Chris Nykiel) then perform the Hidden Beauty dance routine with video projection projected in the Victoria Street setting. We used three distinct spaces, however all connecting with nature, environment and the space itself. The contrast of past and present gave us starting point, heavy machinery and the textile connection to the nature gave us fascinating theme to play with. Armley Mills offered very exciting space to work with and the visitors could explore the grounds of Mills with an unique experience.



Lucie and the company members are often invited to attend local and national performances, events, festivals, conventions.

Lucie also delivers a keynote speeches, lecture demonstration, performances, attends school assembles and shares her passion and drive for dance in creative practical consultations.


Make your dreams come true with lucie lee dance company – we make stars!