Summer in the Park – Folk Dance Remixed: Step Hop House
Dates and times
Friday 22 July, 15.30 – 19:00
15:30 – Folk Dance Remixed – Step Hop House
16:00 – Folk Dance Remixed – Ceilidh
16:30 – Creative Generation
17:30 – Folk Dance Remixed – Step Hop House
18:00 – Folk Dance Remixed – Ceilidh
18:30 – UK Latin Community CIC
Greenwich Park, in front of Queens House
Join us in Greenwich Park for a fantastic family afternoon! Folk Dance Remixed fuse fun folk dance with funky hip hop styles in their show Step Hop House. Watch as the dancers perform a mix of clogging, street dance and breaking with flavours of African and Bollywood – and then have a go at dancing around the colourful maypole yourself!
We then turn the stage over to compare Andre Bright, an esteemed local artist, dancer and choreographer, who will introduce our community performers including the amazing Creative Generation dancers.
UK Latin Community CIC will be adding an extra burst of colour with their wonderful array of Latin dance styles. And if that isn’t colourful enough, why not get a glitter tattoo or have your face painted by Em’s Fun Faces!
What to expect
Our Summer in the Park performances are intended to be social gatherings with entertainment suitable for all of the family. They are relaxed and informal, you do not need a ticket and will not be expected to be quiet or be seated.
This event takes place outdoors and as we can’t rely on the British weather to be kind to us all of the time, we suggest following us on Twitter or Facebook to find out the latest news on our wet weather plans.
There are a number of toilet blocks in the park including accessible toilets. Both the Pavilion Tea Rooms and White House Café will be open for refreshments.
For more information on access at Greenwich Park, see accessable.co.uk/venues/greenwich-park
Entry is free – no need to book!
Produced by Greenwich Dance and Artstrust Productions. In partnership with Greenwich Park, as part of Greenwich Park Revealed, with support from the National Lottery Heritage fund and National Lottery Community Fund and Royal Greenwich Festivals.