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    Finding Us

    We are in easy reach from various methods of transport:

    94, 237, 266. 207, 260, 283, 228

    Goldhawk Road (Hammersmith and City Line), Ravenscourt Park (District Line)

    Limited parking is available at Hammersmith Academy. Visitors are encouraged to travel via public transport.

    Should you choose to travel by car please be advised that on street parking is available at a cost of £1.10 per half hour (as of April 2013) chargeable between the hours of 9.00am to 5.00pm (Mon-Fri).

    Hammersmith Academy
    25 Cathnor Road
    W12 9JD

    t: 020 8222 6000
    f: 0208 222 6728




HA girls to perform at The Britten Theatre

Saturday 30 April 2016, 3.30pm & 5.30pm
The Britten Theatre, Royal College Of Music, Prince Consort Road, London SW7 2BS

Watch the trailer here

To book go to

Dance Journeys: Unsilenced is an original choreography inspired by the true story of the Pakistani schoolgirl, Malala Yousafzai, and her global battle for all young people to have a voice and an education.

Dance Journeys: Unsilenced will be performed by a company of 80 young dancers, with students from Hammersmith Academy, as well as Burlington Danes Academy, Copthall School and Holland Park School dancing alongside members of English National Ballet’s youth dance company ENBYouthCo.

Young artistic talent will be showcased both on and off the stage, as musicians from the Royal College of Music Juniors Department join forces with members of English National Ballet Philharmonicto provide live musical accompaniment.

To mark this special occasion, English National Ballet Soloist James Streeter and English National Ballet First Artist Madison Keesler will perform a stunning duet choreographed by Stina Quagebeur.

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