We are excited to announce we will be hosting two FREE workshops for young people aged 11-16 over the Easter Holidays!
We will be running an exclusive Boys Only Workshop, aiming to encourage more young boys to try out dancing, break the stigma around boys and dance, and see how much fun it can be!
This workshop will be held during the first week of the holidays, Wednesday 13th April 5:30pm - 7pm. The workshop will be facilitated by Jimmy Allan, a young and upcoming choreographer, teacher and dancer who works with renowned dance company Boy Blue Entertainment. At just 18 years of age, Jimmy has done lots of dance jobs for stage, video and television and is constantly looking for the next project. Jimmy is looking forward to teaching this workshop and inspiring the next generation of young male dancers.
During the second week of the Easter holidays, we will be hosting a fun Tik Tok Dance
Workshop, Wednesday 20th April 5:30pm-7pm.
The social media platform, Tik Tok, is very popular, with young people always keeping up with current dance trends. This workshop is ideal to hang out with friends, learn new trends and even be creative by creating your own. This workshop will be facilitated by Ella Greenfield, Ella is 17 years old and has been dancing since the age of 13. She has spent many years competing at national street dance competitions such as UDO (United Dance Organisation) and So You Want To Dance. Ella has recently become a member of London-based dance company, LXD UK, and will soon be moving to Copenhagen to continue her professional training with renowned choreographers such as Brian Friedman.
Both workshops will be held at local community venue, Unit 12 CIC. The hour and a half workshops will allow plenty of time for socialising, chatting, and dancing, bringing the youth community together over the two week break.
Places for each workshop are limited, and are FREE to book through Eventbrite:
Amanda Watkinson, CEO, Move Momentum says: “We’re so excited to be providing these workshops for free for the young people of Winchester. We believe dance is for everyone so we are keen to encourage more young people to give dancing a go, and there are so many positive benefits!”