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Breakin’ Convention 2012 review (Sadler’s Wells Theatre)

Breakin’ Convention 2012 review (Sadler’s Wells Theatre)

Tweet Breakin’ Convention, the international festival of hip hop dance theatre, took place at Sadler’s Wells Theatre this bank holiday weekend with headliners Vagabond Crew and Clash 66 and a host of leading UK and international dance companies. Opening its doors to a sold out audience Breakin’ Convention affirmed itself as a true festival of hip hop with a plethora of foyer activities meaning that everyone had something to do and a reason to get involved in … Read entire article »

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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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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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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 »

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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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A summary to street dance in 2011: on TV, on stage, on film and rumours

A summary to street dance in 2011: on TV, on stage, on film and rumours

Tweet It’s finally here: 2011! 2010 seems like a year ago, leaving behind a legacy of the UK’s first street dance movie, Animaineax managing to appear in two BBC shows at the same time by moving like Michael Jackson, thinking we can dance and knowing we’ve Got to Dance, Diversity and Flawless telling us to chase the dream, the last we’ll see of Into The Hoods just as it took on a new cast member. You … 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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Shoes review at Sadler’s Wells – A dance show for more than just sneaker addicts

Shoes review at Sadler’s Wells – A dance show for more than just sneaker addicts

Tweet Shoes: a glamorous show dedicated to women’s footwear, sponsored by a woman’s magazine. It’s definitely not a review you would expect to see on TooMuchFlavour. It’s more high heels than hip hop. But the hook, the big sell, with Shoes is that Zoonation’s Kate Prince was responsible for several routines in the show while reuniting as choreographer with several contestants from this year’s So You Think You Can Dance and … Read entire article »

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Into The Hoods review at the Royal Festival Hall, Southbank Centre

Into The Hoods review at the Royal Festival Hall, Southbank Centre

Tweet This August, hit West End street dance show from ZooNation, Into the Hoods returned to the Southbank Centre, bringing with it new talent from Akai Osei, winner of Sky One’s Got to Dance. So in keeping with the spirit of fresh talent TooMuchFlavour sent 14 year old Leah Maddocks to tell us what she thought. … Read entire article »

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We’re Excited About Into the Hoods at the Southbank Centre

We’re Excited About Into the Hoods at the Southbank Centre

Tweet This weekend Into the Hoods starts its two week run at the Southbank Centre. Following in the (dance) steps of George Sampson before him, Akai Osei, winner of Sky 1’s Got to Dance is this year’s attraction, and he seems quite excited about it. … Read entire article »

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