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This is a cross College Enrichment- you do not have to study dance to be a part of this team. Come and join the National Award-winning dance competition team. Entering the UK’s largest group dance competition ‘That’s Show’, you will perform a range of dance styles in the Heat, Semi Final and the Final. The Semi Final is a residential trip over the weekend and the Final in previous years has taken place at Liverpool Echo Arena and Blackpool Winter Gardens.
The dances are choreographed by David Danville and Hannah Goodhall in a Contemporary, Commercial, a fusion of styles or even Jazz. It all depends on what the theme is for the piece. There is also opportunities for a student led piece of work to enter this competition.
You can audition for the commercial dance team or the contemporary dance team... or even both! We audition the first full week of the new academic year and everyone is welcome to join us at the audition.
You may be involved 1-5 times per week depending on number of dances successful audition for.
Teamwork, resilience, dance and performance skills, self management alongside learning routines with industry professionals and performance experiences.
The cost is calculated on an individual basis (per amount of dances you in)
Laura Bulless, email@example.com or follow Wyke_Dance on Instagram.
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