Current Projects

Here you can find out more about what we do and how you can take part

Bounce Classes

For children and young people aged 2 to 19
(or up to 25 for people with a disability)

Come and try a FREE taster class with TIN Arts! Suitable for all with no previous experience necessary, we offer high quality creative inclusive dance classes with a focus on fun!

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GeTIN2… Programmes

For those 18+ with a learning disability or autism

Regular weekly performing arts training at our dance space enables people from all backgrounds to improve their health and wellbeing, gain confidence through the arts and benefit from truly inclusive practice.

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STAR – South Tees Arts Project

TIN Arts are working with NHS North East and North Cumbria’s Child Health and Wellbeing Network and key regional partners to deliver an innovative cross-sector, locality-based dance and health project in South Tees (Tees Valley).  

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Bespoke, inclusive training

We deliver activity in schools on a weekly basis across the North East. Whether you are interested in dance for your pupils or CPD for your staff teams, we continually create and deliver bespoke inclusive training and can make the right package to suit your needs.

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The Creative Couch

For those 18+ with a learning disability or autism living in County Durham

FREE arts-based activities to do, watch or make at home for those living in County Durham. As part of The Creative Couch Project, we have just launched our FREE summer school at TIN Arts for organisations to sign up and bring their groups to come and enjoy this July!

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Talent Hub

A partnership project with Yorkshire Dance and Inclusion North

The Talent Hub is a professional development programme for dance artists from the North East of England and Yorkshire with a learning disability or autism. This unique time-limited project seeks to create a step change in the dance sector and by working together we explore how dance artists with a learning disability or autism can develop their careers in dance as performers, makers and leaders.

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Emerging Young Dancers

For young people aged 11-18 yrs with a learning disability or autism

Ongoing training and development programme for young dance artists aged 11-18 with a learning disability or autism living in the North East of England. This project is supported by The Ballinger Charitable Trust.

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The Clown Doctors

For children and young people in hospital

The Clown Doctors offer an impartial way of entertaining, supporting and empowering children who may be struggling with fear, boredom, loss of control and other insecurities related to their stay in hospital.

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