Located at bbodance Headquarters in Battersea Reach, London,
the bbodance Library offers everyone open access to over 6,000 dance- and theatre-related books and other information, including ballet, contemporary, choreography, dance health, injury, and nutrition, dance teaching, design, and photography — as well as many biographies of leading dancers, choreographers, actors, and directors.

The bbodance Archive focuses on the history and development of dance in the UK — specifically, the history of the Espinosa family (dating back to 1870), the formation of the British Ballet Organization and the original Ballet syllabus, with Espinosa's personal notes, reflecting the influences of the Espinosa family on the teaching of dance syllabi and creative processes. 

The collection also includes magazines such as The Dancer (from 1928) and The Dancing Times (from 1911), alongside a wealth of periodicals, newspaper articles, photographs, programmes, posters, and resources on classical and contemporary companies and performances.

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