Lead by B-boy Silverstar, Wild-G and Clint, our spring term programme focuses on developing confident creative minds through disciplined physical training in a fun, safe and open environment. Each term follows a set syllabus to help students meet personal objectives while keeping classes open for new members to attend at any point.
Toprock + Drops
foundation tutorial and drills
Something different (Routine, Power/Dynamic tutorial, Freetime)
Battle / Cypher
What Is breaking?
Breaking / B-boy, which has also been known as Breakdancing, is a dynamic dance style that originated from, funk, soul and hip-hop in the early 70s in the Bronx New York. The art form is known in popular culture for dancers doing flips, head-spins and moving to the beat. Music is the reason behind what we do; and our ambitions to create a legacy and history that builds on the past and elevates our environment.
Yes. This class is appropriate for beginners as we teach core breaking movements and concepts throughout each term, how we consistenrly challenge students to improve along the way.
I am an experienced dancer, is this class appropriate?
Yes. Although we will teach core movements and concepts in breaking, we will also challenge more experienced students to perform more advanced versions of each technique. Tutors will encourage growth from each student, but will encourage you to develop at your own pace.
Is breaking safe?
There is always some level of risk to any sport or dance but we aim to minimise any accidents or potential dangers by conducting risk assessments for each course.
We ensure all of our tutors are trained and experienced in teaching adults and children from beginners to competition level.
All tutors have valid CRBs / DBS and Public Liability Insurance but we advise that you are also responsible for your own saftey and should take reasonable care when in this class.
What should I wear to class?
Wear comfortable trainers, and suitable confortable clothing. This may included tracksuitbottoms, chinos, vests, jumpers, t-shirts, etc.
Do I need to bring anything?
Please bring your own protective gear e.g. kneepads or headspin hats. Feel free to ask one of our staff for assistance in acquiring equiptment.
Where can I contact the organiser with any questions?
Are there ID requirements or an age limit to enter the class?
Classes are appropriate for students aged 4-16 years
Is my registration/ticket transferrable?
You ticket is only valid for the specific class you have registered for. If you would like to attend a different class, please contact us to discuss your options.
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
Not necessarily, you can show and e-ticket during the class
What is the refund policy?
Unftorunately tickets are non-refundable
The name on the registration/ticket doesn't match the attendee. Is that okay?
Yes, but only one ticket can be used by each student
When & Where
Centre Stage Studio
1 Gurney Road
E15 1SH London
Rain Crew Ltd
Rain Crew is nonprofit dance company who primarily focuses on community lead projects aimed at bringing people together through music, culture and dance. We deliver classes and workshops, performances, events and competitions and we compete on a international level in breaking, hiphop, house and krump.
For futher details visit www.raincrewuk.com or email us at email@example.com