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Street Dance 3D review – the reprise

Street Dance 3D review – the reprise

Tweet It’s incredible that it’s now been almost two years since Street Dance 3D was released in cinemas. With George Sampson, Flawless and Diversity as headline acts fresh off Britain’s Got Talent it’s also been two years since attitudes changed towards dance acts taking the quick route to fame on TV talent programmes – because these days everyone does it. Back then Too Much Flavour also had a different editorial attitude towards street dance as the current … Read entire article »

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Boy Blue Entertainment BBE Touch at the Barbican review

Boy Blue Entertainment BBE Touch at the Barbican review

Tweet Set in the Barbican’s Pit studio using a cabaret style to break down the invisible ‘fourth wall’ of theatre, Boy Blue Entertainment founders Mikey J and Kenrick Sandy were so close you could almost touch them… “I do the dancing and he does the music” has been the same introduction Boy Blue founders Mikey J Asante and Kenrick Sandy have used to describe themselves to people in the briefest possible way. Whether their fault or the … Read entire article »

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Voices in the Alleyway review – Spread Expression and Faith Drama Productions at Cochrane Theatre

Voices in the Alleyway review – Spread Expression and Faith Drama Productions at Cochrane Theatre

Tweet Voices in the Alleyway is a collaboration between Faith Drama Productions and Spread Expression exploring three characters’ pasts, blending influences of basketball, new jack swing with hip hop theatre together. TJ (Sannchia Gaston), Beyanda (Tulimelila Shityuwete) and Badda (Christopher ‘Worm’ Lewis) are three basketball players who deny their past and deny their gifts, forced to listen to their gut feelings and intuition by listening to the voices in the alleyway, three Apparition characters played by Daniel … Read entire article »

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Interview with Enter the Battle judge Rhimes LeCointe aka Justine from Streetdance 3D

Interview with Enter the Battle judge Rhimes LeCointe aka Justine from Streetdance 3D

Tweet East London dancer, choreographer, singer and actress Rhimes Lecointe is best known to people as the character Justine from Streetdance 3D. She’s also an original Boy Blue member, Stylefest 2010 nu-style champion and recently choreographed the video for Plan B’s Love Goes Down. Rhimes is judging the street dance battles at Enter the Battle at the Indigo2 on 28 November. … Read entire article »

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Boy Blue Entertainment: Over The Edge review at the Barbican

Boy Blue Entertainment: Over The Edge review at the Barbican

Tweet Boy Blue has a difficult task on its hands. Pied Piper was a benchmark show that moved from Theatre Royal to the Barbican which then toured the UK. It’s the equivalent a musician returning to the studio to record their tricky second album when their first was so good. Over the Edge is an original concept with no existing storyline to refer to. Then again, with nothing to go with, there’s nothing to lose. Right? … Read entire article »

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We’re Excited About Boy Blue Entertainment ‘Over the Edge’ at the Barbican

Tweet Boy Blue Entertainment presents their latest original full-length show at the Barbican since Pied Piper, from 21-26 July. Read our review of Over the Edge here Since their youth company took over the Barbican with A Nite With Da Bratz (read review) last weekend, there’s only been a few day’s hiatus between shows for Boy Blue Entertainment as part of their Shades of Blue residency. … Read entire article »

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A Nite With Da Bratz Review at the Barbican

A Nite With Da Bratz Review at the Barbican

Tweet The future of street dance has a blue tint to it! The standard that Boy Blue trains up young dancers means other institutions in street dance have formidable competition. Although A Nite With Da Bratz takes place at the Barbican, unlike Pied Piper this production is not a hip hop theatre show but a showcase for the next generation of Boy Blue Entertainment dancers. While most dance groups have church halls and school theatres as venues, in … Read entire article »

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Review: Live Vibe May 2010 at the Lilian Baylis Theatre

Tweet It was interesting to note the fifty-fifty split between new and old patrons. The new table seem to be having a lot of fun! The secret table duly nominate one person to co-host the show. That person is Matthew who has come to support his friend Hannah who is performing tonight. … Read entire article »

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Funk Physics “We-R-One” – Friday 23rd January 2009 Indigo2

Funk Physics “We-R-One” – Friday 23rd January 2009 Indigo2

Tweet On Friday, 23rd January, dancers, choreographers, directors and party people gathered at the Indigo2 in North Greenwich for the dance networking event of the year, We-R-One. … Read entire article »

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Breakin’ Convention 2008 review

Breakin’ Convention 2008 review

Tweet Ask a person who has never seen a hip hop theatre show what they thought of their first Breakin’ Convention experience, and it’s sure to go a little like this… … Read entire article »

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