Project updates

Here you’ll find updates about the project.

New Audition Dates!

✨✨✨NEW AUDITION DATES✨✨✨   We are really happy to share our new auditions dates with you!* Friday 2 & Saturday 3 July: audition workshops Sunday 4 July: call backs and photo shoot   If you want to sign up to auditions, head over to our website and fill in the form (click here). We’ll then send you info about your time slot and other important info.    *As the creative team will be travelling over from Germany to hold auditions, these dates are subject to change in line with government travel restrictions.

A large, and exciting, part of the People Power Partnership project includes travelling overseas to perform alongside the project’s other 13 dance group partners from all over Europe. With the uncertainty of the new Covid variant, and the traffic light system currently in place for overseas travel, we have taken the difficult decision to postpone auditions to a later date as wellbeing and safety is our number one priority. People Power Partnership is such an exciting project and huge opportunity to kick-off a dance career in style and establish an international reputation, so we want to make sure we give…

Sign up to auditions now!

If you’re aged between 18 and 25 and from NE Lincs, a unique dance experience is open to you – and it could change your life! Details have been released of auditions planned for May, with eight successful performers selected to take part in the PPP (People Power Partnership) project. Over the next four years, the eight young people will join others from 11 European countries to form a dance group of around 100. Together they will create their own hip hop dance for the local stage, before going on tour. The group will visit the team in Romania and…

Life-changing & fun!

Life-changing and fun – visiting Europe, meeting new friends, and developing your dance practice as you take a hip-hop dance performance on tour. If you’re 18-25, live, work or study in NE Lincs and want to experience all these things then listen up.  Eight young people from the town will have the chance to work with, industry professionals and up to 100 others of the same age from right across Europe – using a hip-hop street theatre performance to unite their cultures and promote theatre and the arts.  If you’re one of the successful eight, you will work with professionals and another group to prepare a performance at a festival in Sibiu, Romania in August. The next step will be to host the group from Alytus, Lithuania to prepare…