Happy Birthday to us!

It's our 5th birthday!!

Artistry Youth Dance is celebrating its 5th anniversary on the 14th April!! We are thankful for our dancers, teachers, choreographers, venues, sponsors, and supporters for helping us get this far!! Check out this video made in honour of this wonderful occasion! 

Auditions for new dancers - Sunday 2nd July, 2017

Seeking dancers of African & Caribbean descent, aged 14-25 years to join our successful youth dance company! This year, we're accepting dancers up to age 25! Don't miss out!

Learn more, and register at: www.artistryyouthdance.com

Donate to our Fundraising Appeal!

This year we are launching a fundraising appeal to help fund an end of year showcase for the dancers, entitled ‘Aspire. Scheduled for July, 2015, the dancers will have the opportunity to work with emerging and established choreographers in this unique platform to showcase their talents in a London theatre. It is a wonderful opportunity for the dancers to further develop themselves as performers.

The funds raised are vital to help pay for teachers, choreographers, theatre space and rehearsal studios for this performance project. We need your support!

Any donation whether big or small will make a HUGE difference and your support is greatly appreciated.

To make a donation visit: http://www.gofundme.com/artistryyouthdance

'The Scottsboro Boys' at The Young Vic

We went to watch the musical, Scottsboro Boys, at the Young Vic and it was AMAZING! A very emotional story about nine young black boys who get accused of a crime in 1931 in Alabama, USA. It's based on a true story and the dancing and singing from the cast were outstanding. Like true groupies, we even managed to get a few sneaky pics with the cast after the show much to the delight of the dancers.

Here's the blurb from the Young Vic website about the show:

"Kander and Ebb’s exhilarating, dazzling and provocative musical receives its UK premiere, once again directed by Susan Stroman, 5-time Tony Award-winning director and choreographer of The Producers.

1931. Nine black teenagers board a train in Scottsboro, Alabama, in search of a new life. By the end of their journey, their lives – and those of every American – would be changed forever.

Accused of an unspeakable crime, their trial would divide a nation. But behind the screaming headlines was the devastating story of nine young men, desperate to prove to the world that they mattered.

Nominated for a remarkable 12 Tony Awards including Best Musical, The Scottsboro Boys is bold, wildly inventive and a daring modern classic of musical theatre.

Step right up and meet the Scottsboro Boys. Their story will change everything…"