Litcham School will host a unique dance workshop next week offering youngsters who love to dance the chance to learn about African dance culture as part of Norfolk’s Black History Month.
This five-day evening dance course is perfect for both dance students and aspiring dancers who are looking for the opportunity to get creative, be inspired and experience a professional level of dancing.
Dancers aged between 11 and 18 years old will be able to spend a week with Tavaziva Dance, one of London’s leading African contemporary dance companies, thanks to funding made available by Breckland Council, Xen Arts and Litcham School.
Lynda Turner, executive member for communities and environmental services, said: “This is an amazing opportunity for our younger residents to have tuition from a professional, world-renowned dance company.
“We feel everybody should have the chance to dance and these classes create a supportive and positive environment for all dancers so they can enjoy their dancing to the full!”
During the five days, dancers will be able to experience the company’s signature style, through a technique class, and take part in creative sessions.
This is a great way to push your body to the limit and be immersed in the company’s African and contemporary dance style.
Classes will be held at the Dance Studio at Litcham School and will start from Monday, October 21, finishing on Friday, October 25, with sessions taking place every evening from 4.30pm to 6.30pm.
Funding provided by Breckland Council means that participants will only pay £10 for the whole week.
Places are limited and will be booked on a first come, first served basis.
If you would like further information, or to book places on this dance course, please call Xenoula on 07795 433640, or email email@example.com