The White Lodge Redevelopment Project
The project was divided into three phases all of which were completed on time and on budget
The hugely enhanced facilities at White Lodge - in the studios, classrooms and in the social and living areas – will enable The Royal Ballet School to develop its artistic and technical standards and maintain its reputation as one of the world’s leading centres of dance training.
The White Lodge Museum and Ballet Resource Centre, now open to the general public, is attracting visitors from all over the world and fast becoming a national focus for dance and inspiration for generations of dance students, historians, community dance groups and ballet lovers.
White Lodge has produced some outstanding dancers and choreographers over the past half century. It is a school which encourages, pride, passion and creativity. Admission is based purely on ability and potential with no student being turned away due to lack of financial means. 96% of current White Lodge students receive financial support.
For further information about The White Lodge Appeal, or to support one of our many other projects please contact:
Sarah Eliot-Cohen, Head of Development
The Royal Ballet School, 46 Floral Street, London WC2E 9DA, UK
t: +44 (0)20 7845 7070 / e: email@example.com
The extended Pavlova Studio
New accommodation - Jebsen House, Mercers’ House and Parker House
New split-level dining hall
The Madeleine Plaut Courtyard outside Norman Hall
The Stock Bussell Studios
The state-of-the-art Peter Harrison Library
The new medical and physiotherapy centre
Refurbished science laboratory