Dec 01

2017 Show!

If you follow us on social media (and if you don’t, WHY NOT???), you’ll probably be aware of our 2017 show theme!

Every year we have an annual show, where we take over Greenwood Theatre for a week to showcase the amazing dancing and choreographic talents that our members have! This years shows will take place from the 22nd – 24th March 2017

Did you manage to guess the theme from our cryptic clues? If not, I’ll state what will now seem super obvious

Wonderland!

Choreographer auditions are on 12th Dec, and dancer auditions the week beginning 16th Jan, with rehearsals replacing our classes in Term 2

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Dec 01

Official Strictly Pics!

The official Strictly Come Dance Soc 2016 pictures are up on Facebook!

Dec 01

Frosty the Showman

Thank you to everyone who took part in Frosty the Showman, our annual Christmas Charity Show! Each year we put on a showcase of all our Fusion competition teams, as well as some very special guests! This year, we had some great performances from Breakin’ KCL, KCL Bhangra and King’s Musical Theatre! 

Thanks to everyone who came, we managed to raise over £450 for our chosen charities: Manna Society and Southwark Children’s Brass Band.

A massive thank you goes to our amazing Charities Officer Tiffany Morgan for organising such a wonderful event, and also to Max Baker for co-presenting with Tiff!

Dec 01

No more workshops!!

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Sad times here at Dance Soc, as today marked our last Weekly Workshop of the year!

We left it up to a society vote, and you chose Vogueing! It was fab, so thanks to everyone that came!!

 

Here’s for the even sadder news: next week marks the last full week of classes! (internally cries and wonders what on earth I’m going to spend my time doing)

Due to the Christmas Charity Show, Burlesque and Contemporary will run on for an extra week (13th December)

 

Nov 20

Strictly Come Dance Soc

HUGE thank you and congratulations to everyone involved with #StrictlyComeDanceSoc! We managed to bring 15 different societies and sports teams from across King’s together to put on a truly fantastic show! I think it’s safe to say you amateur dancers are amateur no more! All your hard work has managed to raise over £2,000 for GKT RAG at KCL‘s charities (which is just insane!!), so a massive thank you to you all! And of course, an enormous congratulations to Ehigie Jerome Osebor and Catherine Cook, our first KCL Strictly Champions!

We couldn’t have done it without our amazing contestants, and their wonderful teams + societies – so thank you!! A massive shoutout also goes to our professional dancers, judges, presenters, committees and backstage team, who all put in so much work and dedication to create such a successful event!! 
A big thanks also goes out to anyone who used the #KCLStrictly2016 hashtag, and our amazing Snapchat filter!

 

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