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Show Dance

Show Dance  is a dynamic and expressive class that combines elements of various dance styles, including ballet and music theatre. Show dance focuses on creating visually stunning and entertaining performances that captivate audiences with their choreography, storytelling, and showmanship.

The class begins with a warm-up session to prepare the body for the physical demands of show dance. The warm-up typically includes cardio exercises to increase heart rate, stretches to improve flexibility, and strength-building exercises to enhance the overall dance performance. This ensures that participants are physically ready to execute the energetic and dynamic movements of show dance.

Throughout the class, participants learn a variety of show dance routines that showcase their technical skills, creativity, and performance abilities. The choreography combines different dance styles and techniques to create a unique and engaging performance. The movements are often characterised by precision, synchronisation, and powerful execution.

In addition to learning the choreography, show dance class emphasizes performance quality and showmanship. Participants are encouraged to convey emotions, tell stories, and connect with the audience through their movements. They learn techniques to enhance their stage presence, projection, facial expressions, and storytelling abilities. The class aims to develop performers who can entertain and engage an audience with their dance artistry.

The teacher breaks down the choreography into manageable sections, teaching the movements, steps, and transitions gradually. They provide clear instructions, demonstrate the moves, and offer repetition and practice to ensure that participants feel confident and comfortable with the routine. The focus is on creating visually captivating performances that are executed with precision and flair.

Show dance class promotes versatility, as participants have the opportunity to explore different dance styles and genres within the realm of show dance. This allows participants to broaden their movement vocabulary, enhance their technical skills, and develop versatility as performers.

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Tutor: Polly Pritchard-Davies

Where: The Spark Studio

When: Saturdays

  • 9:30 - 10:20 am - 3 - 4 yrs

  • 10:30 - 11:20 pm - 5 - 8 yrs 

  • 11:30 - 12:20 pm - 9 - 11 yrs

Cost: Per term: 

  • £55 for 50 minute sessions

  • £75 for 65 minute sessions

Payable in a termly block of 10 weeks, after a trial week.

How to book: Please email Polly at [email protected] or message us on Facebook.

  • What do students need to wear?
    Uniform: There is specific uniforms for each class. Uniform is paid for separately and be purchased from our studio shop. For trial sessions, we recommend wearing leggings and a t-shirt for all classes. Footwear: For the Youth Theatre and Upbeat Dance classes trainers are required. For Ballet we have a shoe box available for students to try. Once they have found the right fit, they can purchase the shoes from the uniform shop.
  • Do students need to bring anything to class?
    A Drink: For all classes, we recommend that students bring a labeled drinks bottle containing water or another non-carbonated beverage. Please avoid bringing cans or fizzy drinks. Labeling the bottles will allow us to return them if left behind" For Youth Theatre: Once enrolled in the Youth Theatre class, each student will be provided with a dedicated folder to safely store scripts, lyrics, and notes in one place. It is required to bring this folder to every session.
  • What if a student is running late?
    Ideally students should arrive before a class and be ready to start on time. If late please quietly join in with the activities and avoid disturbing other students.If possible, a message in advance explaining lateness would be appreciated.
  • How do I make a payment?
    To book a term of classes, we prefer the use of BACS (Banker's Automated Clearing Services). Setting up BACS through online banking makes the process easier and more convenient. However, if you need to pay in cash, we also accept this method of payment. Ask Polly for The Spark BACS payment details when you enrol. Please always mark payments with the participant’s full name and class details.
  • Can a student come for one class to see if they like it?
    We currently offer a £1 trial session at the beginning of each new term. If a students continues they will get that reduced from the termly bill. Please contact [email protected] to book.
  • Do students need previous experience to take a class?
    No. The class is designed to include all levels of experience.
  • Do you offer performance opportunities?
    We provide a range of exciting opportunities for our students. Each term, we host a family showcase at our bespoke studio exclusively for primary school age groups, allowing them to showcase their talents. In addition, every one to two years, we produce a grand show that invites all students to audition. These shows have consistently received positive feedback and have been polished to perfection, demonstrating that our weekly sessions adequately prepare students for further artistic endeavors if they choose to pursue them. Past productions have included well-known titles such as Peter Pan Jr, Alice in Wonderland Jr, Into The Woods, and most recently Moana Jr

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