Sunday 21st January 3.00 - 5.00pm
Plymouth School Of Creative Arts
22 Millbay Road
Early Bird Ticket: £10 (Before 3rd January)
Participant Ticket £15
Plymouth Dance presents a workshop by The London Dance Company!
The London Dance Company was formed in 2012. Our mission is to provide teaching of all dance styles nationally and internationally, by providing professional dance training for all ages and abilities as well as providing first class training for professionals in the creative industry.
Based in Central London, The London Dance Company provide a number of unique dance and fitness classes, including workshops around the world for all dance enthusiasts.
With great instruction you will develop better posture, great co-ordination, a longer, leaner physique, the ability to pick up steps, but most importantly you'll have fun in the process!
OUR WEST END WORKSHOPS
The London Dance Company’s West End workshops are aimed at anyone who has a passion for performing and is eager to learn how to make it in the wonderful world of Dance, Theatre, Film & Performance. Our workshops are suitable for everyone from beginner to advanced professional. Offering a fun and friendly environment, packed high energy and challenginginstruction that allows you to push yourself to the limit and achieve greatness.
Our workshops focus on fun, laughter, personal growth and collaboration. They cover dance choreography from the heart of the west end, technique, secrets to working in this wonderful industry and memories to last a life time.
Devon is a professional performer. His passion for the arts began at a very young age and is still living his dream, currently performing in the smash hit musical Hairspray.
Studying at Berry Academy of Dance and Laine Theatre Arts, he then moved on to a sucesfull dance career with credits including The Royal Variety Performance (BBC Television), Hairspray (Germany Cologne), Olympics Opening Ceremony (London Stadium), West Side Story (UK Tour), Memphis (Shaftesbury Theatre West End), Olivier Awards (ITV London Palladium), Ant and Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway (ITV studios), The Jonathan Ross Show (Motown ITV studios), The X factor (Motown ITV studios).
The format for the workshop is as follows:
3.00pm - 3.45pm SESSION ONE
3.45pm - 4.00pm BREAK
4.00pm - 5.00pm SESSION TWO
Please arrive ahead of time and warm up ready to start at 3.00pm.
Who is this Workshop for?
Young people (aged 11+)
What do I need to bring to the event?
We would recommend that you bring water with you.
Where can I contact the organiser with any questions?
Please call Plymouth Dance on 07467 940200 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Barbican Theatre is an Arts Award Centre and authorised to deliver Sports Leaders – we offer young people the chance to take part in national schemes that recognise young people’s development through the arts.
The primary aim of both qualifications is to treat young people as young artists, helping them to develop their own arts practice, to engage with the world of the arts and to share their skills through leadership projects.
Arts Award and Sports Leaders are national qualifications and accessible to any young person aged 11-24, they embrace all cultural interests and backgrounds and are a great addition to any CV or UCAS application.
There are three levels of Arts Award (Bronze, Silver, Gold); Sports Leaders have Levels 1 & 2. They can be entered at any level and participants can be absolute beginners or very skilled in their art form; by the time you have finished you will have gained a level three qualification (equivalent to 35 and 30 UCAS points respectively for Gold Arts Award and Sports Leaders 2).
Aims of the Arts Award at all levels are to:
Encourage young people to enjoy and take part in the arts, now and throughout their lives
Promote achievement in the arts among young people
Provide opportunities for collaborative work and leadership that will promote young people’s broader personal development
Help young people to find progression routes in the arts
Encourage new art forms, innovation and experimentation