Laura Harvey began her career at Rambert teaching on the Dance for Health programme, developing the youth dance programme and touring nationally as animateur. She was Artistic Director for ten years for Quicksilver, Rambert’s youth dance company, teaching weekly classes and making work for performance. Laura has taught a range of people from young children to adults and specialises in contemporary dance, dance fitness, ballet and creative practice.

In 2007 she joined English National Ballet as Learning & Participation Officer: National & International and went on to become Creative Associate choreographing and directing their flagship programmes including Swanning Around at the Royal Albert Hall and Shanghai Expo, Dance Journeys at the Barbican and Sadler’s Wells and at various locations across London including Westfield, Horse Guards Parade and Kings Cross St Pancras. She was movement director for Disney for the premiere of Saving Mr Banks and has worked for Ballet Boyz, Richard Alston Dance Company and Sadler’s Wells amongst others.

Laura is currently Head of Creative Programmes at English National Ballet leading on their Dance for Health programme including their National Dance for Parkinson’s programme, Dance for Dementia and EldersCo dance strand. She has taught Dance for Dementia at both Rambert and English National Ballet and has led on a number of training days for artists around the country. Laura has a BA in Dance & Arts and Cultural Management and an MA in European Dance Theatre Practice. She continues to work as a dance artist alongside her role at ENB championing and advocating for all people to access and engage in dance at the highest possible level.

Laura is a Mum to two energetic boys and enjoys an active, outdoor lifestyle!