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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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So You Think You Can Dance 2011: Tommy Franzen Lizzie Gough share experiences from first series

So You Think You Can Dance 2011: Tommy Franzen Lizzie Gough share experiences from first series

Tweet So You Think You Can Dance 2011 contestants might want to seek some advice from last year’s finalists, Tommy Franzén and Lizzie Gough ahead of the second series of the dance competition starting this weekend on BBC1. It will be exactly a month since the Got to Dance final, and for those not into sequins and ice skates, cultured couch critics will be wondering how they coped without without a show that celebrates a variety of … Read entire article »

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Some Like It Hip Hop extract review – Sadler’s Wells Sampled 2011

Some Like It Hip Hop extract review – Sadler’s Wells Sampled 2011

Tweet Some Like It Hip Hop, ZooNation’s anticipated follow up to Into the Hoods, finally previewed this weekend at Sadler’s Wells Sampled 2011 after several months of secrecy. Note: This is a review of an extract of ZooNation’s new show, Some Like It Hip Hop which starts on 20 October 2011 at the Peacock Theatre With new cast members featuring Tommy Franzen, Lizzie Gough, Carrie Ann Ingrouille and their latest ZooYouth company recruits, ZooNation’s take on Some Like … Read entire article »

Filed under: Hip Hop Theatre

Coming soon: Some Like It Hip Hop at Sadler’s Wells Sampled 2011

Coming soon: Some Like It Hip Hop at Sadler’s Wells Sampled 2011

Tweet Sampled is Sadler’s Wells’ annual preview of performances in their upcoming season. Most exciting for us, this year will see  a special previewing of extracts from ZooNation’s successor to Into the Hoods – Some Like It Hip Hop. It has been no more than a year since the milestone in hip hop theatre, Into the Hoods drew to an end. As ZooNation‘s last and most successful show they will have huge expectations when Some … Read entire article »

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Report: The Dance Show 2010 at Birmingham NEC

Report: The Dance Show 2010 at Birmingham NEC

Tweet Hailed by some as the Midlands’ answer to Move It, the Dance Show was hosted as part of the Clothes Show Live 2010 at Birmingham’s cavernous NEC for the first three days of its run. Residing in just one hall of the vast Clothes Show event the Dance Show felt somewhat isolated, cut off from its fashion related cousin by the food hall, which created some logistical difficulties if you wanted to wander between the … Read entire article »

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Tommy Franzen and Lizzie Gough interview: Blaze the Streetdance Sensation

Tweet Blaze: The Streetdance Sensation burst onto the stage of the West End in March this year, starting at the Peacock Theatre before continuing to tour Europe, drawing audiences to theatres across Holland to see the show. In our review of the London leg of Blaze we said: “Readers, fans of street dance and newcomers to dance will be relieved to know that Blaze does indeed live up to its hype.” … Read entire article »

Filed under: Hip Hop Theatre