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U.Dance South East 2011

Hampshire Dance is delighted to announce that U.Dance South East 2011 will be hosted by The Dance Movement.

Performance image of FuzzyLogic by Benedict JohnsonU.Dance South East 2011 will take place on Sunday 20 March at Frensham Heights School, Surrey.

This regional youth dance platform will showcase the very best youth dance work being created in the south east of England and will include a range of exciting workshops for participants.

The successful groups selected were: SJB School Limitless Dance Company, KC Zambesi Dance Company, StopGAP Youth Group, Fuzzylogic Dance, Acronikos Dance Troupe, NoCo, HYDC, Pivotal Youth Dance Company, Anjali Youth Dance Company and Cascade Youth Company.

 

U.Dance - Youth Dance Performance

What is U.Dance?

U.Dance logo and branding imageU.Dance is the national programme which aims to give every child and young person in England the opportunity to take part in a dance performance each year.

The U.Dance programme, led by Youth Dance England, will create dance performance opportunities across the country, at local, county, regional and national levels to offer access to dance for children and young people in and outside of schools. It is an ambitious programme that builds on the excellent work that already exists and strives to stimulate new performances where there are few at present.

You can find out more by visiting the U.Dance website.

How can I get involved?

If you run a dance performance anywhere in the south east, or are planning to do so, you can register your event with U.Dance free of charge. You will receive a free resource pack along with support in promoting your event through the U.Dance on-line national calendar.

A large number of youth dance providers in the south east have already registered their events with U.Dance – why don’t you join them? Just visit the U.Dance website to register.

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Performance Survey

Hampshire Dance has recently carried out an extensive mapping survey to identify current performance opportunities for young people in the south east. This will enable us to invest in parts of the region where there is currently little performance provision.

If you are a dance professional and you’d like access to our mapping data please contact Hampshire Dance.