After a nail-biting semi-final at the South Holland Centre on Friday 24 April, four local groups are through to compete for the title of Dance Factor Champions this Sunday at the Engine Shed in Lincoln.
From South Holland – D-Feet and The Elite
D-Feet have been rehearsing with Harriet Mason on Friday evenings at Holbeach Youth Centre, and have 11 dancers.
The Elite are Kimberly Chapman’s group who have been rehearsing at Castle Sports Complex in Spalding on Fridays, and have 12 dancers.
And from Boston, Electricity Blue and Xcella.
Electricity Blue are a five strong group who have been rehearsing with Sophie Watkinson at Peter Paine Sports Centre on Tuesdays.
Xcella are a group with fourteen members based at Geoff Moulder Sports Centre with teacher Jaqui from The Dance House.
We wish them all the best in the Dance Factor final – where they won’t only have the chance to become the champions, but also be the opening act for Diversity at an upcoming gig at Lincoln Castle.
To book tickets, visit this link.
Inspired to do more?
Dance Factor may end on Sunday when the champions are crowned, but you can join us at street dance classes for just £1.50 a session at the following venues:
Holbeach Youth Centre
5.30pm to 7pm
Long Sutton Peele Community College
7pm to 8.30pm
South Holland Centre
5pm to 6.30pm
Geoff Moulder Leisure Centre
6.30pm to 8pm
More times and locations to be confirmed. For more information contact Bethany Mason on TransportedBethany@litc.org.uk or call 07436 162004.
Transported has worked in partnership with Inspire Dance, artsNK, Boston Borough Council, South Holland District Council, Leisure in the Community, Lincolnshire County Council (Positive Futures), Sportivate and 1Life to bring Dance Factor to South Holland and Boston Borough districts.