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Breakin’ Convention presents Back To The Lab at the Lilian Baylis Studio – 23rd January 2016



Breakin’ Convention is the award-winning and critically acclaimed organisation that features the world’s elite hip hop performers and promotes UK-based talent in the exploration of hip hop dance theatre. They are also well-known for their education programmes teaching the foundations of hip hop dance and engaging with children and young people.

In this particular show, four of the UK’s most exciting hip hop choreographers have been hand-picked to take part in Breakin’ Convention’s Back To The Lab. The participants will receive two weeks of intensive training and mentorship from choreographic heavyweights Jonathan Burrows, Jonzi D and Alesandra Seutin. The artists each present a brand new short at this night that promises to showcase the cream of the UK’s hip hop dance theatre scene.

Hosted by Jonzi D, the audience will be invited to give their feedback after the performances. Conversations continue in the bar post-show.


Carrie-Anne Ingrouille (London)

Daniel Phung (Leeds)

Kofi Mingo (London)

Lanre Malaolu (London)

If you would like further information or book tickets, visit the Sadler’s Wells website  here 

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