X7eaven Dance and friends
X7eaven are an award-winning Performing Arts Academy with classes for all ages. Classes range from drama, singing and dance including Tap, Contemporary, Street Dance and Ballet. They create innovative choreography whilst staying firmly committed to their ethos of inspiring young people and developing their self-confidence through performing.
X7eaven are pleased to present, in partnership with the Barbican, the very best of Waltham Forest’s dance artists. Expect a whole range of dance styles with plenty of opportunities for you to get involved!
Featuring dancers from X7eaven, Dynamic Eclipse Arts and Mbilla Arts.
Icy Ice 54 is the Artistic Director of Dynamic Eclipse Arts (D.E Arts) The company was formed in 2003. Our Philosophy:
"We Teach Dance and Continue to Grow as it Evolves around us. Dance isn't just Movement, its Life, Love and The Future".
“We each have our different Dynamics when we dance alone; the moment we dance together we create an Eclipse. We support the Arts by expressing our passion through movement via our technique… D.Eology”
The Style is called D.Eology which our Modern Techniques, Hip Hop Foundations, Contact work and other Dance influences.
Icy teaches within the Community and Educational setting across London for over 14 years, teaching at New Vic 6th form college as an Alumni.
Featuring dancers from X7eaven, Alluminae and Khyal Arts.
Alluminae is a super dynamic youth community group of dance and arts enthusiasts, that uses dance and arts as a means to empower yp. We give yp a space and platform to be expressive and creative in their chosen art form.
We run weekly dance classes for ages 5+ including adults class at, Watermans Arts Centre in Brentford and Springwest Academy in Feltham
We nourish, train, support, educate and encourage our members to achieve their full potential in life.
Khyal Arts is a local Walthamstow non-profit dance organisation, working to bring about cultural cohesion through a vibrant programme of accessible cultural activity. Khyal Arts aims to develop, nurture, and sustain the local community via Indian dance and music.
Image credit: Gar Powell-Evans