Guest Artists

Guest Artists

  • 2 Faced Dance

    Award winning all-male breakdance/contemporary dance company touring nationally and internationally. 2Faced Dance also run an extensive education and community dance programme.


    Pheonix Dance

    Phoenix Dance Theatre is the UK’s longest standing contemporary dance company outside of London. Since the Company’s small beginnings in 1981, it has grown to be a key Northern forerunner in contemporary dance and for three and a half decades has performed, educated and inspired people across the globe collaborating with international artists on a regular basis.


    Lukas McFarlane

    Lukas is a well-known and widely respected dancer and choreographer in the UK. Lukas has worked with such artists as Ronan Keating, Taylor Swift, Carly Rae Jepson, and Celine Dion, and danced on shows such as Red or Black, NRJ Music Awards and The X Factor.

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    Marie Poppins

    Marie Bonnevay, stage name Marie Poppins is a French Professional Dancer aged 25, currently living in Los Angeles. She started dancing in France and followed her training in Chicago with Stick and Move Dance crew, and then with Culture Shock Los Angeles.


  • Twist and Pulse

    Britain’s Got Talent runners up Twist and Pulse have toured the UK and Ireland extensively performing to over 1,000,000 people. Most recently since their audition, they returned to our screens as mentors and choreographers of their own dance company (Twist and Pulse Dance Company).

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    Gavin Vincent

    A senior member of Soul Mavericks the current and five time national b-boy champions, Gavin has performed and represented the UK competitively worldwide for the past eight years. He is also known for representing the UK at the Central European champions and at Battle of the Year International 2013.



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    Tom Shilcock

    Tom Shilcock rose to fame in BBC’s show “So You Think You Can Dance” back in season 2. Tom performed at The Royal Variety Show, dancing with Meat Loaf and Jamelia.p01047rq