artsNK’s Youth Dance Programme provides an opportunity for children and young people from the ages of 11 -19 years to develop their dance technique and performance skills in a fun and friendly atmosphere.
Classes take place at One NK, North Hykeham, Lincoln, LN6 9AX and run in term time only. Participants can pay per session or block book for the term.
We also run three very successful Youth Dance Companies, entry to which is by audition only.
Class Timetable from September 2017:
Mondays 4.00 – 5.00pm/ ages 7 -11 / £2.50 per session
Participate Creative Contemporary Dance Classes
Thursdays 4.00 – 5.30pm / ages 11 – 18 / £3.00 per session
Participate Jr. and Participate youth dance classes are aimed at developing participants contemporary dance technique as well as guiding young people through creative dance, choreography and creative ways of thinking. The classes are a progressive route into Evolve, our advanced level Contemporary Youth Dance Company.
E-Xodus Street Dance Classes
Wednesdays 4.00 – 5.00pm / ages 7 – 13 / £3.50 per session
E-Xodus is aimed at young people who wish to gain foundation knowledge, skills and understanding in the various hip-hop styles such as House, Locking, Popping and Commercial. This class is a progression route into redXco, our advanced level Hip Hop Youth Dance Company.
Young People’s Aerial Dance Class
Tues, 4.00 – 5.30pm/ ages 11 -16/ £6 per session (Booking advisable limited spaces)
A combined aerial conditioning, silks and hoop class for young people. (Watch a video below of some of participants from our youth dance aerial class performing). We also run Aerial Classes in Spalding and Boston in partnership with Transported, visit our Aerial page to find out more.
If you would like to speak to somebody about the suitability of the classes for your child please contact Sophie Arnold on 07730014787 firstname.lastname@example.org
Our Dance Team have been awarded a national award in 2016 in recognition of their exceptional work with young people. Click on the logo below to find out more about the Flame Award win.