ORIGINATE DANCE PLATFORM

Dance |
14th July 2017 – 15th July 2017

Fri 7 & Sat 8 July | Doors 6.45pm | £6 | £5 Under 16s

An exciting two day dance event featuring performances from the Brewery Youth Dancers, of all ages, local dance schools, youth dance companies and graduate work.

This year we have performances from local dance schools such as Bronya Emily School of Dance, From the Top school of dance and theatre arts, Holly Wood School of dance and Rigney Bank School of Dance. We are also welcoming a group formed through the Oaklea Trust and facilitated by The Knotted Project. This group is for children with additional needs, who want to get creative and express themselves through the arts. 

This year we are also welcoming work from further afield as D.O.P.E will be joining us from Cheshire. D.O.P.E are an all-male street and break dance group and create exhilarating work that’s not to be missed in Saturday's performance.

Joining the Brewery Youth Dance Company, will be two further Youth Dance companies, The Curious Dance Company and Ludus Youth Dance Company. Ludus Youth Dance Company will be sharing an exert of a longer piece that has just been selected for the National Udance performance at the end of July in Birmingham. It was selected in the ‘Dimensions’ section of this event which celebrates innovative and ground-breaking choreography. We are excited to have it feature as a part of our event!

Venue: Theatre 

DATES & TIMES

14th July 2017 – 15th July 2017

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