The Guardian are starting a new 1 minute instagram series called ‘Dance Off’ which goes out to their audience of nearly 800,000 viewers.
They will be filming in clubs, festivals, streets and parks around the world capturing a wide variety of dance genres where different dancers are having an impromptu dance off. All ages, backgrounds and filming locations will be considered.
We’re thrilled to announce the most exciting day in the London dance diary – the Pineapple Open Day!
Watch the video above for a glimpse of what you can expect on the day! Then check out these classes below. They will all be free on the day!
UPDATE: Lots of FREE raffle prizes to be won, including shopping vouchers, class vouchers, Smashbox make-up, and physical therapies at Pineapple, plus lots more freebies!
All classes include a warm-up and cool down, and each class will last for one hour – so you will get the full class experience that you can get at Pineapple Dance Studio every day! There are no age restrictions and classes will be at a level suitable for beginners. You do not need to book for classes at Pineapple, this includes the Open Day.
Arlene Phillips CBE brings together a host of the world’s leading dancers for a special gala to raise funds for the Grenfell Fire victims.
For one night only, Gala For Grenfell unites dancers from across the world of dance to raise relief funds for those whose lives have been seriously affected by the tragedy. The gala is imagined and directed by Arlene Phillips CBE.