2018/ 19 Classes and Workshops

Dimensions Of Culture – Showtime Project

Starting date – 4th October 2018

Carnival Dance is an energetic and enjoyable way to keep fit. Dimensions has structured a dance programme for 30 people (15 children and 15 Adults) to participate in a carnival project for the year.
The project will train participants through the year, improving stamina, confidence and fitness, introducing all to this new style mixed with traditional dances giving you the foundation to caribbean dance.
This is a year long project which events planned for the team to perform at throughout the year at such event as Big Dance Bus, Nottinghill and Hackney Carnival to name  a few, which means this project takes commitment by dancers and must adhere to set rules.
This project are subject to class fees, but all expenses are paid for uniform, costumes and travel to events plus more.
This is not a project for beginners, all applicants must have some basics in dance no matter the style.
Our classes are designed to develop co-ordination, transitioning, introducing technique and building confidence in a friendly and supportive environment.
Students learn caribbean dance styles, including Island Hop, Carnival dance, Soca dance, Dancehall and Afrobeats; to the latest tunes and all classes are taught by DBS checked, experienced teachers.
This project is geared to building a team that will promote Caribbean dance art giving to a taste of the caribbean carnival scene to new audiences, performing in costume at various events and carnival throughout the year.
To hold your place please complete the registration form here:-

Age – 11 + (may be able to accept younger by audition – please contact Us)

Skill level –  Intermediate to advanced

Dates – 7th Nov – 19th Dec

Cost – £3 (Discount for bulk bookings)

Day – Wednesdays

Time 7pm

Address:- Unit A, Eagle Heights, Lebus St, London N17 9FU

Wear – Tracksuits, Stretchy clothes and Trainers – NO JEANS

Future Classes and Workshops

Dimensions are looking to develop in various aspects of the dance and carnival industry as well as our community. If you are invested in any other dance styles or course please add your other interests onto your Registration form below, we will be the able to monitor interest and be able to plan or provide future classes/ workshops.

Styles of dance:-



Afrobeats / African Movement



Break Dancing

Pom/ Cheerleading


Carnival Arts:-

Graphic Design/ Printing

Photography/ Film

Steel Pan

Costume making/ Design

Community engagement/ Diversity



Make- Up

Jewellery making

Events/ Productions

Online Registration Form

Registration Form