In-School Dance Workshops —


Brisbane (BCC)

$245 per workshop
$200 with performance

Greater Brisbane (within 200kms from CBD)

$300 per workshop
$200 with performance


Complimentary in Tutus on Tour locations
Other locations available for a fee upon request

Inspire your students to dance through our range of In-School Dance Workshops for all ages and abilities.

Our EdSquad teaching artists come to your school to deliver safe, educative and inclusive dance experiences. We work to ensure that all of our dance workshops complement the teaching and learning currently taking place in Queensland classrooms.

In 2016, we offer five workshops which are tailor-made to accommodate the different learning styles and expected outcomes of students from Years Prep to 12.  Each of these workshops are available throughout the year at a negotiated date and time, and can also be delivered at community halls (for combined-schools experiences).

The workshops vary in duration from 60 – 90 minutes and teachers are invited to participate in these classes as professional development. There is no minimum number of students and maximum number of students is determined by space parameters. There is no limit on the maximum number of workshops per school.



Download and read our Terms and Conditions, then complete the online booking form below.
For any enquiries please contact or 07 3013 6666.



Schools must provide a large open space free of obstacles, and a sound system with iPod connectivity.



We absolutely loved the workshop! The students were inspired, challenged and motivated. The EdSquad teaching artist had such a sweet teaching style and we loved seeing the tutu.
Emily Briddock
Dance Teacher, Genesis Christian College

The EdSquad teaching artist was a wonderful QB ambassador. She had a great way with the students and was able to manage their behaviour as well as engage them in the workshop.
Leah Hamilton
Special Education Program Teacher, Brisbane School of Distance Education

Students were thoroughly engaged in the workshop and even non-ballet dancers enjoyed performing repertoire. Students are always in awe of professional guest teachers, and this was no exception.
Kate Gardiner
Head of Department - The Arts, Coorparoo Secondary College

The Queensland Ballet workshops were a wonderful way for our junior and senior students to learn more about the history, technique and features of this important genre of dance.  As well as being informative, EdSquad facilitators Mia and Jacob ensured that the students were welcomed, yet challenged, through very stimulating and enjoyable activities
Shona Press
Head of Dance, Marymount College