Street Dance is term applied to dances that were invented by the general public in the 1970s and later in (largely African-related) urban cultures. The term itself comes from the fact that the dances were made in urbanised cities. There are no rules to “street dance” as improvisation and freestyle is emphasized. It is hard to define, but it is basically freely expressing music with one’s body.
At Allstars our Street classes cover lots of the different styles that are covered by the umbrella term 'Street Dance'. The commercial street dance style is constantly changing and growing and our amazing teachers ensure that our students are taught the most current and contemporary styles that are required by the industry.
Understanding the background and history of Street Dance is an integral part of the training, this ensure the students understand the heritage and can express themselves through this fun and sassy style!
Northchurch Social Centre
Culture (by invitation only)
Below are the films, dancers and choreographers that are 'must sees' for all our Street students.
Step up & Step up 2
Stomp the Yard (12a)
Choreographers, Dancers and Crews
Royal Family Ysabelle Capitule Parris Goebel Nat Bat
Kirstin Dodgen Tega Alex Kaea Pearce J Blaze
Ruthy Baby Gilly Mu Zec Luhana Aleah Mo