Another Day, Another Election!


The time has come to elect the next Equity Dance Committee – and this year it’s a contested election!

The purpose of Equity’s Dance Committee is to develop a stronger, larger and better informed Equity membership in all areas of dance.

Equity committees are a dynamic force for change. They are at the forefront of improving pay and conditions for members, and play an important part of the union’s democracy. They are made up of members with recent experience of relevant work and are elected by members with similar experience.

Equity Freelance Dance Network is particularly proud of the Dance Committee, which was formed just 2 years ago and in that time has made huge progress in strengthening the voice of dancers within the union, achieving improved rates and conditions for dancers and choreographers, and shining a spotlight on the issues that really matter to you.

The Dance Committee is YOUR VOICE within the union – so if you are a member, use your vote!

To see all the candidates’ election statements, click here. To see some of the candidates’ video statements, click here. (Note, not all candidates have a video statement!)

VOTING IS OPEN NOW – go to Equity’s website at and click on the Vote Now button to be taken to the secure independent voting site, then use your unique voting code printed on the first page of your ballot paper.

The internet service is available 24 hours a day until the deadline: noon on Friday 14 July 2017.

If you have any questions please call our elections helpline on 020 7670 0266 or email You can also watch a short video about how Equity’s committees work on our YouTube channel:


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