Dance Factor Lincolnshire Party 2016

Feb 27

Start Saturday
27-02-2016, 07:00pm

End Saturday
27-02-2016, 10:30pm

Venue The Embassy Theatre

Cost £5

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Dance Factor Lincolnshire is back! We are celebrating all the groups who have continued dancing after the success of the 2015 project.

Dance Factor allows young people aged 11-18 from across Lincolnshire to get involved in street dance by participating in dance sessions lead by a professional dance artist over 10 weeks. The project has enabled young people to gain access to dance in their local area, make new friends, develop dance techniques and gain confidence in creativity.

Are you ready to join the party? Let’s celebrate the dancing talent that Lincolnshire has to offer! So get ready for some popping, locking and so much more!  To book tickets, call Box Office on 01507 613100.

There’s still time to join a session near you.  Sessions that take place in our area are:


South Holland Centre, Spalding 5pm – 6.30pm £1.50 per session

Pilgrim UITC (Jakemans Stadium), Boston 6pm – 7.30pm £1 per session

Quadring Village Hall 6pm £1 per session


Fenside Community Centre, Boston 6.30pm – 7.30pm £1 per session


Peele Community College, Long Sutton 7pm to 8.30pm £1.50 per session


Haven High Academy, Boston 7.30pm – 8.30pm £1 per session

For more information about the Dance Factor 2016 Party project and street dance sessions please contact Amy O’Sullivan on or 07944481646 or visit


Transported is working in partnership with artsNKInspireDanceBoston Borough CouncilSouth Holland District CouncilLeisure in the Community, Lincolnshire County Council (Positive Futures), TrusthouseSouth Holland Centre and Magna Vitae to bring these sessions to South Holland and Boston Borough districts.


Transported is a strategic, community-focused programme which aims to get more people in Boston Borough and South Holland enjoying and participating in arts activities.  The programme is overseen by the Centre of Culture and Creativity at the University of Lincoln, and is funded by the Creative People and Places fund from Arts Council England.

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