After two decades of dazzling performances to packed audiences, in Edinburgh and London, Classically British is again at its home The Tabernacle, W11 as part of Black History Month.
The event has found a very clear purpose in instilling fresh hope and inspiration through their community programme initiative. Children from local schools are welcomed for an interactive afternoon; comprising of a dress rehearsal, a historical account from Black Dance Pioneers, and an opportunity to speak to emerging upcoming talent who are embarking on their professional career.
Classically British 2016 continue to cross boundaries, with fusion of dance, artistry, passion, energy and bold choreography that is unrivalled. This year’s company presents Classical Ballet, Flamenco, Indian, Contemporary and Street. The artist BeatFox will collaborate in a new dance piece called “Breath” with dancer Salome Pressac.
Innovative, terrific, talented; these are just some of the words that describe the versatile performer Ash Mukherjee returns to Classically British 2016. Voted Best Indian Dancer, UK by Dance Europe, Ash is a choreographer who has been noted for his uniqueness, speed and precision by some of the top names in the industry.
Come and be a part of this not-to-be-missed dance event.
Relaxed sightseeing cruise and picnic on Regent’s Canal with guided commentary on the centuries of African/Caribbean history. …