- Telephone 0191 261 0505
- Website www.dancecity.co.uk
DanceCity has been established for more than 20 years as the leading dance development organisation, aimed at creating a vibrant dance community in the area.
The company offers about 65 weekly classes in more than 40 different styles of dance, including contemporary, hip hop, ballroom, ballet, suitable from everyone, from mums-to-be to those with learning disabilities. A welcoming environment means the classes are perfect for staying fit and making new pals.
Located in the centre of Newcastle, DanceCity is handy for bars and restaurants, as well as being close to the train station and the area's tourist spots, including The Centre for Life.
There are 9 events at this location
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An evening of new work by eight dance artists based in the North East featuring Charlie Dearnley, Joelene English, Jennifer Essex, Robby Graham, Peter Kerry-Forbes, Alex Rowland, Peter Groom and Viv Wood.
Jam And Juice
A showcase of local and world class International hip hop and street talent.
Joli Vyann: Stateless
- Written by: Joli Vyann
A fusion of acrobatics with contemporary dance from Joli Vyann. Ages 8+.
Just Jam Intl Battle
Thirty-two of the world's top crews compete in a new 2 vs 2 format battling for the coveted title, £1500 cash prize, and bragging rights.
A contemporary dance version of Herman Melville's Moby Dick story by James Wilton Dance.
Motionhouse Dance Theatre: Scattered
Dance show exploring the mystery and majesty of water.
Fri 11 Nov
Personal growth and creative thinking in Newcastle
Hi and welcome to the Personal Growth and Creative Thinking (PG&CT) Meetup group. Season 7 starts on Thursday 22nd September 2016 at 6pm Dance City Newcastle. The theme for season 7 is letting go… of judgement… of the need for certainty… of the thoughts and attitudes that reduce our ability to grow… and of…
Thu 20 Oct
£6 / 0191 261 0505
18:00 – 19:30Personal growth and creative thinking in Newcastle Dance City
Plan B For Utopia
A playful dance theatre work by Dundee-based company Joan Cleville Dance. Performers Solene Weinachter and John Kendall explore the notion of utopia and the role that imagination can play as a driving force for change in our personal and collective lives.