Feel the Rhythm Productions presents Afro Dance Xplosion – 2019

The event, which takes place October 6 and October 18-20, brings together some of the hottest African diaspora dance practitioners

AFRO DANCE Xplosion (London) brings together some of the hottest African diaspora dance practitioners to deliver a dynamite weekend of dance classes, workshops and a showcase.

This year, they have a HipHop & AfroBeat Sunday workshop on the October 6 2019, and a Showcase on the October 18 2019 at RichMix in Shoreditch. Our two day dance workshops will take place on the October 19-20 2019 at WACArts in Belsize Park.  

Now in its 9th year, ADX brings together artists from Africa, the Caribbean, and the UK to represent the African diaspora in all its glory! This year, we celebrate the diversity of dance and music in  “A change is coming” during Black History Month(UK) in London.  

Their 4 day event features some of the UK’s most popular teachers/dancers/choreographers in the business including Sir Proverb and Patience GOP teaching the latest in HipHop and AfroBeats as well as Damarys Farres (Afro Cuban), Adriano Oliveira (Afro Brazilian) and Merlin Nyakam teaching African song and dance from the Cameroon.  

The ADX Showcase will have something for everyone from, African, DanceHall, HipHop, Jazz to Contemporary dance. 

The performance will feature local and international artists including, BlakeArts, BOP Jazz Theatre Company, ImpactYouth, Artistry Youth Dance and Cameroonian choreographer, Merlin Nyakam.  

Join them at Afro Dance Xplosion – 2019 and experience the diversity, music, drums, energy and sharing of dance and culture in the African Diaspora during Black History Month!  

Tickets and more information are available here

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