Arts & Culture

Impact Dance prepares for a special performance about youth spaces

As part of the London Festival of Architecture, a group of young dancers are preparing to perform at the Scoop outside City Hall on June 26th.

Impact Dance is a non-profit dance group for young Londoners. The group involved in the festival are using their spot to shine a light on the cuts made to youth spaces and the good they can do given the opportunity.

Julian Sharpe is the Principal Director of a firm helping the dance group to create a studio space in the capital, and Hakeem Onibudo is the Founder of Impact Dance, they have both been telling Alicia more.

 

Alicia Edwards 17th June 2021

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