Two of the UK’s top street dancers are heading to Hemel Hempstead on Saturday.
Breakz from the successful crew Flawless will be leading a break-dancing workshop from 2.30pm to 4pm at John F Kennedy School’s dance studio in Hollybush Lane, Warners End.
Flawless are best known for reaching the final of Britain’s Got Talent.
And Brooke, best known from the film Street Dance 3D, will teach popping and animation from 4.30pm to 6pm during the event and the pair will also be on hand to answer questions between the two sessions.
The workshops are suitable for all ages from eight upwards and the cost is £20 to go to one workshop or £35 for both.
Organiser Tania Diggory told The Guide that Brooke is a member of the UK’s top freestyle dance company Funkstylerz – and Breakz is a great dancer, too.
She said: “With years of experience and knowledge in the dance industry, these workshops offer a rare and exciting opportunity for others to learn incredible techniques from two of the most inspiring street dancers in the UK.”
To book a place in the workshops on Saturday, contact Tania on 07969 552775 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Tania is a dance instructor who set up the company United Groves, which organises regular street dance workshops.
Previous workshops include Hip Hop dance with Henry Link and House dance with Brooklyn Terry from New York’s legendary Elite Force crew. For more information visit www.unitedgrooves.com
There’s more mainstream dance action on offer at Aylesbury’s Waterside Theatre this weekend, when Strictly Come Dancing star Erin Boag and popular partner Anton Du Beke take to the stage on Saturday night. Tickets cost from £31.50 to £47.50, call 0844 871 7607 for more details.