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Youth events

Queensland Ballet offers a range of youth events year round for dance lovers! Have fun, learn new skills and meet new friends who also love dance.

From age 5 right up to 17, there's something for beginners and more experienced dancers. Take a look below.

Youth events

#Mini events

These events are perfect for kids aged 5, who are developing their passion for dance

#Junior events

Perfect for little lovers of dance to connect with other 6-12 year olds

Junior Dance Camps

Junior Dance Camps

Know someone aged 6-12 who just can't get enough of dance? Send them to a Junior Dance Camp!

Queensland Ballet’s Dance Camps are two action-packed days of exciting ballet fun tailored for boys and girls aged 6-12, of all skill levels.

#Teen events

More than just dance - these events teach teens aged 13-17 skills to launch them into life

Lead by experts

All Queensland Ballet youth events are lead by our Ambassadors who are also Company Artists, or our Teaching Artists who have backgrounds in dance, education and more.

Fun and games

Access a suite of free online games and activities, to learn more about ballet and to have fun while doing it!

Event gallery

Still not convinced that our youth events really are that much fun? Check out our event gallery to see what we get up to at events.

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Youth memberships

All Queensland Ballet youth members receive discounted event entry, and a suite of other member benefits throughout the year - how cool is that?

Dance classes

Get moving and learn something new with Queensland Ballet's ballet, dance, Pilates and movement classes. Designed for all ages and ability levels.

Beyond the Stage

Discover a unique program of experiences and events during each Queensland Ballet season. Take a class on the main stage, enjoy a special pre-performance workshop or take a look behind the scenes.

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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