Photo: Gavin Joynt

Kimberley Hardy is Balbir Singh Dance Company’s Education and Outreach Officer. She was introduced to the company during her role in Peacock Lake in 2017. Kimberley has gone onto perform in a double bill of Champion of the Flatlands and Love & Spice, The Strategists, A Taste of Love & Spice and The Boy with the Rollerblades. Her role as Education Officer has had her teaching in a variety of locations with multiple artists and students. Her most significant delivery has been at Community Works in Bradford, Castleford Academy on the When Dance Happens project, Nessfield Primary and Allerton Primary School and within care homes in Leeds.

The varied work Kimberley has led has informed and tailored her approach to delivering informative, creative and passionate movement classes. Kimberley led the delivery of BSDC’s Children & the Arts project at Magna in years 1 and 2.

Explore all

The Idea (learning to dance)
My destiny to bring them together
Natural curiosity and questions (learning to dance)
Composer thoughts (learning to dance)
The story (love and spice)
Dance with live cooking
On the trail of love and spice
Love, spice – and healthy eating
Breakdown of The Strategists
A dancer reflects on The Strategists (1)
An interview with Kuldip Singh Bist of the Delhi Hurricanes
Overview of The Strategists
Decreasing Infinity in India
Painter research
A dancer reflects on Love and Spice
Sooraj Subramaniam
Breakdown of the piece (12)
Dancer notes performance (flatlands)
Breakdown of the piece (love and spice)
Moon, dance
The Collaborators
Bones, Bodies and Beats
Peacock Lake – genesis of the concept
Script (12)
BMX and Flatland terminology
A dancer reflects on The Strategists (2)
Running order (full contact)
Watersplash! Uncovering hidden histories to reach new audiences
When Worlds Collide
Immersed in music
In the presence of geniuses
Olga Maloney
Exploring hidden worlds
Gary Beacom
A bridge to India
Jesse Bannister
A lost art?
Full Contact – highlights from the script
Kimberley Hardy
body/painting – dancers at an exhibition
Firing up the Mehfil Machine
Baines Cards
Who was Sir Hans Krebs?
Synchro in the city
Kali Chandrasegaram
Creative Case – challenges along the way
The Guru-Shishya relationship
Padmashri Guru Pratap Pawar
What is Kathak?
Life blood
A new aesthetic in the sport-art of synchro
AquaKathak – the creative water workout
Balbir on working with Gary
Colouring your emotions
Abirami Eshwar