Linda Cook
TDCI President
  Officers 2014. Past Chairmen & Past Presidents In 1958 the inaugural meeting elected Arthur H Franks as Chairman. The office continued until 1979 When Carl Bryant was made the first Life President.   Past Chairman Arthur H Franks 1958 - 1964 E Kelland Espinosa 1964 - 1965 Carl Bryant 1966 - 1969 Wilfred Orange AEA 1979 - 1984 Roger Billington 1985 - 2000 Past Presidents Carl Bryant    (First Life President) 1979 Wilfred Orange  1985 Roger Billington 1985 -  1995 Lilian Aubrey 2001 -  2003 Audrey Griffiths 2004 -  2006 (Died March 2006) Shirley Thompson - Bradley     2006 - 2009 Glenys McGill                           2010 - 2011 Linda Cook 2012 - 2013 Barbara Sharples 2014 - 2015 TDCI Officers President 2016/2017 Linda Cook Vice President 2016/2017 Joanne Sullivan 2014 - 15 President Barbara Sharples        Vice President  Glenys McGill Elected to the office at the AGM January 2014 Council Delegates  Kathy Booth & Chris Booth ADA Joanne Sullivan and Jill Freeman ABD Barbara Sharples and Linda Cook IDTA Jan Archer plus one other TBA SDTA Lilian Aubrey and Gae Sowerby NCDTA Neil Harris and Paula Wood UTD Chris Booth (General Secretary) 41 Howey Lane Frodsham Cheshire WA6 6DD Telephone: 01928 739166 E-mail: generalsecretary@tdci.org.uk
TDCI Vice President
Theatre Dance Council
Theatre Dance Council International TDCI                                   Registered Charity No 289965 A non profit organisation committed to the development and promotion of Theatre Dance Disciplines for the  benefit of Dance Teachers and their Students. The inaugural meeting was held at the Arts Theatre Club,  London on 28th April 1958 and chaired by Mr Arthur H. Franks, Editor of the Dancing Times. © TDCI 
General Secretary of The Theatre Dance Council International TDCI Chris Booth E-mail: generalsecretary@tdci.org.uk
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Theatre Dance Council International, formerly the Stage Dance Council was founded in 1958. It is not a dance association in its own right. It’s main function is that of a trade or umbrella organisation. The membership of the council comprises of an amalgam of dance qualification awarding bodies from the various regions of the United Kingdom. TDCI is a forum or parliament of delegates regularly meeting to discuss matters concerning the teachers of the theatre dance disciplines. Wide ranging subjects such as government legislation, health and safety, professional conduct, rules for scholarships, competitions and championships. The current member associations of TDCI are.. ADA.. Allied Dancing Association. ABD .. Associated Board of Dance IDTA.. International Dance Teachers Association. NCDTA.. Northern Counties Dance Teachers Association. SDTA .. Scottish Dance Teachers Alliance UTD.. United Teachers of Dance. The member association of the TDCI have loyally served the needs and aspirations of Dance Teachers and their Students with great distinction and dedication. The member associations have provided progressive dance education and training for students taking their very first steps in dance through to performing on the professional stage. The member associations have developed recognised qualifications for dance teachers seeking to further their careers. We are proud to state that the TDCI established in 1958 has been in existence for just over 50 Years, However some member associations have been established much longer. for example the BATD and IDTA  have provided continuous service for over 100 years.  Through two devastating world wars “ The Show Went On” Standards and techniques set down by the member associations of the TDCI have been honed and perfected over decades. They have become accepted and recognised throughout he United Kingdom and indeed the world at large as the “Bedrock” of dance development as we know it today. · Theatre Dance Council International is a self funding registered charity. · It is supported by subscriptions from the member associations and the support of teachers and students attending scholarships and championships. · TDCI does not receive grants or financial support of any kind from central government. In the main the TDCI member associations attend to the needs of teachers working in the private sector. However it must be recognised many individual teachers are employed within the state education system. Membership of the Theatre Dance Council International is open to other established dance associations with a recognised constitution that is compatible with the existing TDCI member associations.
Joanne Sullivan
English Championships 2016
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