Try a Youth Dance Class for free!

27th October 2016

artsNK are encouraging young people to take up dancing this autumn by offering a free trial lesson to all new participants on their youth dance programme at One NK, North Hykeham.

Our dance team run a variety of classes for young people aged between 7 – 19 years of age at One NK, in styles including contemporary and street dance. They also offer aerial dance classes for young people aged 8 -16, using hoops and silks to teach ‘dance in the air’, in bespoke studios.

 The dance programme provides an opportunity for children and young people to develop their dance technique and performance skills in a fun and friendly atmosphere.

Amy Dalton, Head of Dance Development at artsNK said:

Dancing is a great form of exercise, as well as a fun and sociable activity. Participants on our Youth Dance Programme will be able to take advantage of many performance opportunities, which both enables them to develop their technical skills but also allows their confidence to blossom. We hope that young people interested in dancing but unsure whether it is for them, will come along to a session to try it out!”

The dance team have also recently launched an inclusive dance programme with sessions for young people with disabilities taking place at One NK, and Castle Sports Centre, Spalding.

The Youth Dance programme classes can provide a progression route into artsNK’s three successful youth dance companies: kNacKer’d contemporary dance company / redXco hip hop company and Jumpstart, an all male breakdance company.

Classes run in term-time only, with session prices starting from £2.50. For full timetable and more details visit the Take Part section of our website. The free trial lesson offer is for new participants on the youth dance programme only and is subject to availability.

To speak to somebody about the suitability of classes for your child or to book a free trial lesson please contact Amy O’Sullivan by email: or telephone the artsNK office on 01529 410 595


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