The Laban Archive currently houses 38 archive collections
spanning the mid nineteenth century to the present day. They
Laban Core Collections which document the life and work of
Rudolf Laban as well as the history and development of Laban from
its days as the Art of Movement Studio in Manchester in the 1940s
to its current incarnation as part of Trinity Laban Conservatoire
of Music and Dance.
Individuals' Collections featuring archives from former pupils
and associates of Rudolf Laban as well as students, staff and
associates of the Laban Centre.
Organisations' Collections including the archive of our
in-house dance company, Transitions Dance Company.
All of these collections can be searched on the Laban Archive catalogue.
OPENING HOURS AND FEES
|Fees for use of the archive by members of
|5 hour visit
||1 week visit
|£2.50 (concession price for students)
||£5 (concession price for students)
To use the archive, please book an appointment in
For more information about the archive collections and to
book an appointment to visit, please contact the Archivist or call
0208 305 9338
See the Laban Archive Acquisitions and Disposition
Policy for information on what the Laban Archive
Click to see
a history of Laban and biographical information on Rudolf Laban,
Bonnie Bird and Marion North.
Last updated on Fri 09 Nov 2012 11.48h