Name a seat

For over 100 years, the name of the Royal Academy of Dance has been synonymous with excellence in dance and dance teaching. The move to our new headquarters provides a unique opportunity for you to contribute to our history and to become part of the fabric of the new building. You can name a seat for yourself, your family, or a friend, perhaps even your dance school or to recognise an inspirational teacher, in our new home for dance.

What will I receive?

Dame Darcey Bussell launches the Royal Academy of Dance ‘Name a Seat Campaign’ at their new global HQ in Battersea currently under construction. Photograph by Elliott Franks

From £1,000, you can secure a seat in our new state of the art studio theatre where we will showcase the talent of the next generation of dancers and choreographers.

  • Seats are available at £1,000, £3,000 or £5,000 depending on location.
  • The name plaques will offer up to 45 characters over three lines (measuring (w)100 x (h)38mm, size 24pt type) and will be in place for 20 years – after which we will offer you the chance to renew.
  • Seats will be sold on a first come, first served basis, with just 193 places available.

By naming a seat, you are supporting our wider work to bring the transformational power of dance to more people around the world. Register your interest below and read more about our work.

Seating plan

 

Register your interest

Please complete the form below to register your interest in helping us to build our new home for dance.

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A new Home for Dance

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Evening Standard

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Evening Standard

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