School Holidays with Queensland Ballet


Immerse your child in the magical world of dance with Queensland Ballet’s school holiday activities.

School Holidays with Queensland Ballet

With a range of short workshops for children as young as two years of age, to multi-day immersive programs for young dancers in their teenage years, we have something for every young dancer.  

These events are taught by our expert Teaching Artists and Queensland Ballet Academy faculty, and are run across our two main sites – the Thomas Dixon Centre, home to Queensland Ballet, and the Queensland Ballet Academy’s state-of-the-art home at Kelvin Grove.  

Explore our exciting new holiday programs below.  


#Queensland School Holidays 22 June – 7 July 2024


Cinderella Children's Workshops

Ages

2 — 12

Cinderella Children's Workshops

Thomas Dixon Centre

Tales & Twirls with Aunty Sharron

Ages

2 — 6

Winter School Holiday Program

Ages

6 — 10

Winter School Holiday Program

Queensland Ballet Academy


#Queensland School Holidays 14 – 29 September 2024


Queensland Ballet Academy Repertoire Series - Swan Lake

Ages

10 — 18


#Queensland School Holidays 14 December 2024 – 27 January 2025


Summer School Holiday Program

Ages

6 — 10

Summer School Holiday Program

Queensland Ballet Academy

2025 Summer School

Ages

10 — 18

2025 Summer School

Queensland Ballet Academy

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What's on

View the range of Queensland Ballet events and workshops throughout the year. From learning, experiencing and doing - there's something for everyone!

Memberships

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Queensland Ballet Academy

Learn more about the official professional ballet training organisation of Queensland Ballet, and how your support makes a difference.

We acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land on which we work and perform. Long before we performed on this land, it played host to the dance expression of our First Peoples. We pay our respects to their Elders — past, present and emerging — and acknowledge the valuable contribution they have made and continue to make to the cultural landscape of this country.

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