Discover our youth dance programme this Autumn with an afternoon of taster classes for ages 11-16! Our professional dance artists will guide you through a typical breakdance and contemporary class, to give you a taste before booking a full term. You’ll have a tour of the studios, meet the team, learn basic technique and sequences and have the chance to ask lots of questions, all in a friendly, supportive space. The classes will be taught at beginner level with no prior dance experience required.
4.30pm: Welcome and tour of the building
5pm-5.45pm: Breakdance with Isaac James
5.45pm-6.30pm: Youth Contemporary with Hayley Lemon
Places are free but booking is essential.
Led by Isaac James, our youth breakdance class is an upbeat, energised session. Dancers will cover the foundations of breaking technique, building on new skills and sequences throughout the term. Develop your dance skill set and learn new tricks!Book now
YOUTH CONTEMPORARY | LEVEL 1
Youth Contemporary is a high energy introduction to contemporary dance. Improve your contemporary technique whilst developing choreographic skills through creative tasks. Build your confidence through dance and find a sense of flow and creativity in your movement.Book now
YOUTH CONTEMPORARY | LEVEL 2
Youth Contemporary Level 2 is an energised session of movement for confident dancers. Improve your contemporary technique whilst also developing choreographic skills through creative tasks. Build your confidence through dance and find a sense of flow and creativity in your movement.Book now
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