Alliance Dance Unit Seeks Permanent Home

Looking to join the new community centre in Boulton House

Alliance Dance Unit


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The Alliance Dance Unit (ADU) is a Brentford based charily that helps to inspire many and encourage those at risk of crime related incidents and ASB, to step away from the negativity.

It is pushing to establish a permanent facility at Boulton House in the new multi-use centre recently approved from whence it can operate & expand its services and is working alongside the council to make this a reality by the end of the year. This will allow the charity to multiply it sr current service rate and reach an even wider spectrum of people. Next year, ADU will be celebrating its 10th year Anniversary with plans to put on an event to mark perseverance & change in the community.

The founder Torron Lee Dewar has been working in schools to encourage active lifestyles, responsible thinking and the ability to harness creative thinking among students who might lack direction at crucial moments in their lives.

Alliance Dance Unit recently worked alongside Brentford FC and Hounslow Police at Green Dragon School for their Inspirational People week and Torron-Lee Dewar took the Olympic Torch & BCA honour for the children to see and hold. The purpose of the workshops were to inspire positive thinking and to send a message that positivity always wins over negativity along with the importance of perseverance when faced with setbacks.

Alliance Dance Unit

ADU has positively engaged children from age 4 up to adults aged 70 through innovative artistry and an abundance of motivational energy embraced by its leaders. Alliance Dance Unit has been nominated for the Community Organisation (Age) at The National Diversity Awards 2019. Liverpool Anglican Cathedral will play host to this year’s awards, to be held on 20th September. This prestigious black tie event recognises nominees in their respective fields of diversity including age, disability, gender, race, faith, religion and sexual orientation. To nominate ADU for the National Diversity Award, please visit nationaldiversityawards

The ADU Charity specialise in targeting knife crime, ASB, self harming and depression through early intervention services in the arts. Since establishing, it has worked with hundreds of people from a multitude of backgrounds and ages. At a time where knife crime is at an all time high in our city, ADU truly understands the importance of being consistent. Despite facing various setbacks throughout the years whether it be financially, resourcefully or other, ADU always turn up rain or shine to open the doors to those who rely on their services; those who depend on artistic, motivational energy to get them through. Ultimately, ADU strives to build more good role models to outweigh the current bad ones by transforming the anti-social / negative mindsets held by individuals. It's all about keeping people out of harm's way in the first place.


The founder Torron-Lee Dewar BCAa has projected expressive innovation through his artistry both nationally and internationally. Recently written, "Creativity is Everything" is Torron-Lee's new book which focuses on psychological wellbeing based on real life experiences in becoming open minded to deflect the chaos of modern day society whilst converting negativity into meaningful, fearless energy. These passages were developed in the hope of motivating others to take control of their lives regardless of current circumstances.

ADU will also be performing as special guests at Best of Hounslow 2019 on June 8th at Arts Centre Hounslow.

May 17, 2019

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