The Train Insane Associate Programme is designed to provide exciting, full-out classes to dancers aged 6 years and over.
The course gives students the opportunity to enhance their current training to achieve the technical standard required for the Performing Arts and Dance industry alongside other Dancers who share their passion and drive to pursue a career in performing.
We’re thrilled to announce a NEW Contemporary Fusion dance class at Pineapple Dance Studios.
This is a dynamic Contemporary class influenced by jazz, commercial, and other styles of dance. Classes will be focussed around musicality, fluidity & expansion of the body, and you will be encouraged to explore new ways of moving and expressing yourself every week.
Class is on Wednesdays 12-1pm. The first class is on Wednesday 5th September.
Bootyful® is a unique type of strength and mobilisation training for the pelvic area, incorporating rhythmic exercises, body isolation, polycentrism, and grounded nature characteristic of African dance.
The open day will see over 30 free classes on the day, including Street and Hip Hop, Bollywood, Burlesque, Jazz, Tap and Commercial dance, with more taster classes still being added. The free taster classes are aimed at beginners and will last an hour. Classes will include a full physical warm-up and cool down.
Classes start at 11.00am through to 5.00pm and do not require booking – just like the regular drop-in classes at Pineapple, simply turn up on the day to sample a full 50-minute dance class.
1 MALE DANCER
To play Jack Frost and other snowmen
Heights 5ft 8in – 6ft
1 FEMALE DANCER and 1 FEMALE SWING
To play various snowmen and other characters
Possibly will require pointe work
– please confirm on cv or covering note if your client is able to do this to a high standard.
For this stage production of Raymond Briggs’ enchanting book.
Sherrie Silver is an accomplished creative director, dance choreographer and actress who recently held a couple of workshops at Pineapple.
She is a VMA nominated choreographer, known for her work on Childish Gambino’s ‘This is America’ video. We caught up with her and learnt about her mission to educate the world about African cultures through the art of dance.