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Breakin’ Convention 2012: This Year’s Dance Companies of the Future

Breakin’ Convention 2012: This Year’s Dance Companies of the Future

Tweet Breakin’ Convention, the international festival of hip hop dance theatre takes place this weekend from Saturday 5 May until Monday 7 May at Sadler’s Wells Theatre London and features another stellar line up of the best hip hop dance companies from around the world and around the corner. Breakin’ Convention festival has always had an emphasis on up and coming choreographers, as a platform for future stars. From the cast of Into the Hoods to Street … Read entire article »

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Britain’s Got Talent Virgin Media Talent School – Killa Kela beatboxing advert [sponsored]

Tweet Who is the beatboxer in the Virgin Media Talent School during Britain’s Got Talent? Don’t we know him from somewhere? Of course – it’s Killa Kela! And he’s starring on ITV1 and ITV2 during each of the ad breaks for the next few weeks Killa Kela is the star of a series of Virgin Media Talent School ads (or idents to give them their proper name) that take place between the ad breaks on Britain’s Got Talent. The Virgin Media Talent School ads are part of a series of online video shorts by Virgin Media who are sponsoring the contest where a range of artists and customers talk about their particular talent to the camera, and have also featured dancer Lizzie Gough. Watch Lizzie Gough in Virgin Media Talent School advert (on All Street … Read entire article »

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Miss Fortune: The Breakdancing Opera with Soul Mavericks at the Royal Opera House

Miss Fortune: The Breakdancing Opera with Soul Mavericks at the Royal Opera House

Tweet The people that work in high arts are a funny bunch: Every so often someone will create something that they believe the general population, their intended audience as they seek to reach out to transform into regular arts-goers, can’t fathom why they even bothered: Miss Fortune, the first opera to incorporate b-boying (breakdancing) in an opera production at the Royal Opera House falls into that category. The story of the titular Miss Fortune is about a … Read entire article »

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