Youth Dance Showcase Event
Issued: Wednesday 7 March 2018
South Bank Dance Hub is holding its Annual Regional Youth Dance Showcase Event at Grimsby Auditorium on Thursday 15th March from 7pm.
Dance groups in schools and the local community have been working hard to perfect their showcase pieces ready for their public performance at the Auditorium. As in previous years, we expect a wide range of dance styles and abilities as new groups rub shoulders with some of the area’s most gifted young dancers.
It’s set to be a fantastic evening of dance from local Community groups, schools and colleges from across North and North East Lincolnshire.
David Power, Principal Arts Development Officer for Lincs Inspire, said: “We are really excited to be involved with this year’s Annual Regional Youth Dance Showcase Event and are looking forward to seeing all of the performances. It’s really important to keep active and dance is a fantastic and fun way to do that.”
Tickets for the event cost £4.00 and are available from Grimsby Auditorium in advance or on the door. For more information contact Caroline Moorby on (01472) 323435 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
About South Bank Dance
South Bank Dance Hub (SBDH) is a partnership made up of organisations from the arts, sports, health and education sectors. We work together to inspire people in Northern Lincolnshire to discover the joys of dance. We encourage dancers and those new to dance to try out different styles to inspire their development. We bring high quality dance companies to the area to perform and provide opportunities to share their knowledge and experience with our talented young people.
South Bank Dance Hub partners are:
• Lincs Inspire Arts Development (accountable body)
• North Lincolnshire Arts Development
• NE Lincolnshire Developing Healthier Communities
• North Lincolnshire Sports, Play and Community Development
• North Lincolnshire Public Health
• North Lincolnshire School Sports Network
• Active Humber
The SBDH works closely with schools, colleges and community groups as well as dance practitioners and teachers to encourage networking and the sharing of best practice. Everyone is involved in its development and plans for the future.