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Seen something that you want to tell us about? It could be a dance performance, something on the telly or maybe the Net. Go to Your Say.

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Each month we'll bring you some great dance websites. We've started with the sites from the organisation that brings you young-dancers.org and its partners.

Free course and career advice for the creative industries.
artsadvice.com is aimed at people working or wanting to work in the creative industries. The site contains information on what it's like to work in the industry, advice on how to get into the industry and information on how to improve your career prospects. In addition the site gives you access to career advisors who can help you with a whole range of career or course queries. The career advisors can be reached by calling 0800 093 0444 or by clicking the 'ask an advisor' link on the site.

Londondance.com is brought to you through a partnership between London Arts and Sadler's Wells to provide dance information for London. Regular site features include dance listings for London, news and features on the latest developments in the dance world, interviews with choreographers and dancers, video clips from productions and online chat forums.

If you've visited the Careers section of this site, you will have seen that much of the information has been provided by the CDET (Council for Dance Education and Training). Their website, together with loads of useful info on dance education and training, holds a directory of registered dance teachers, a notice board for workshops and classes and a page of links to other dance websites.

If you've got a younger brother or sister, why not tell them about www.dance-kids.org. The site is aimed at children of primary school age. Kids can play games, look at some great pictures, learn about dance in other countries, read some fab stories, enter competitions and lots more.

Young-dancers.org has been brought to you by the ISTD Dance Examinations Board. Formed in 1904 it is today a registered educational charity that covers the full spectrum of dance examinations on a truly global scale. www.istd.org is the company website, a useful source of info on all issues relating to their examinations, across a wide range of dance styles.

We're always looking for fun dance websites, so if you find any, let us know and we might feature them here. Email us now.