I am a dancer, choreographer and creative practitioner. Originally trained in ballet,
I studied dance at Surrey University and began my career as Dance Development Officer for Warrington Borough Council.

After seven years, I moved to the East Midlands and became a freelance dance artist.

I love working with people and aim to make dance an accessible way that people can exercise, express who they are and the way they see the world. My work aims to put the participant first, developing skills, encouraging creativity and increasing self-confidence.

If you can’t see the information you are looking for here on my website then please do let me know. I love working with people of all ages and abilities so whatever your plans or needs, get in touch.

I am fully insured and have a current enhanced CRB check, with public and civil liability insurance and am a member of the Foundation for Community Dance

t: 01509 215792
m: 0773 618 4883
e: lizclark_dance@hotmail.com

(All photos Pam Raith)

"And then there were two" has it's final performance at Derby Dance on Friday 28th October. Buy tickets at www.deda.uk.com.

I am currently running Little Movers at Curve, a creative and fun movement class for under 4's and their parent/carer. www.curveonline.co.uk.

See the latest news page for my work at Rosehill Special School in October 2011.

My work with Big Window has now finished - a big thank you to the actors and creative team, it has been a delight to choreograph! The show - Dream Play - is on tour now in Childrens Centres and Theatres across the East Midlands – it's a beautiful show written by Peter Rumney, directed by Penny Breakwell and designed by Nettie Scriven. www.bigwindowtheatre.com