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18th February 2012 | The girls in Olly Murrs dressing room before their dance routine for Future West’s British Supercross at LG Arena in Birmingham.

This event is the final round for this season’s 2011/12 Championships.

4th March | Dimension dance is helping out and supporting the national talent competition UKFestival4Stars.

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Dimension Dance performed as part of a Variety Performance by Cre8tive Entertainments on Friday 6th March. The show started at 7pm and was opened by Dimension Dance with the piece “Play Nice”. This was followed by talented acts with a variety of entertainment from magic, Gawthorpe Brass Band and several music acts. Dimension Dance then opened up the second act with the debut piece “Afro-Left”. The audience was very appreciative and we were very well looked after by Thomas and Alex. Of which we pass on our thanks.

Dimension Dance Academy Teacher, has just performed at the York Theatre Royal. This was a specially commissioned piece created by Wayne McGregor. Wayne is the Artistic Director of Random Dance Company and Associate Choreographer for the Royal Ballet.

On the following Sunday 27th March the Dance Academy entered a local FESTVAL4STARS talent competiton and won their category. Which means they are representing the YORK Heat at the North Of England Regional Finsla at The Spa in Bridlington on 5th June! Over the weekend of 19th and 20th March 2011 the Dance Academy entered some local IDTA Competitons and pleaseingly won some of the catergories. Please see below the photos of the lucky winners.

This then gave the team the opportunity to plan which rides they would go on first. The plan was to go on the rides, perform, rides, perform, rides, perform, even more rides and then on to the hotel. (Although at one point one of the groups were very worried that they would not make it back to the stage in time because the ride they were in broke down metres from the end) Both teams enjoyed themselves and we would like to thank Drayton manor Park for giving us the opportunity for our young dancers to perform at a prestigious platform.