Dimensions at Tabanca with JoMoney

Dimensions continued to work with JoMoney and went to support her at the Tabasco Soca Weekender in Camber Sands. Tabasco is an event where soca lovers can get together and do activities and events and most of all enjoy Soca.
Dimension’s dancers went with JoMoney to dance in her performance, we danced to ‘Stop’, ‘Mash-Up’ and Rihanna’s ‘Work’. We rehearsed as part of team with other dancers and artists and put on a great show for the audience.
Thanks to JoMoney for giving Dimensions the opportunities to perform with her.

Collaborating with Brouhaha

Dimensions joined again with Brouhaha as part of their ‘New Voices’ project, which brings together different dancers, singers, musicians and makers together to share ideas, connect and perform at Liverpool’s annual Carnival.
For this project Dimensions bring together different dancers from London who were a part of different fractions of carnival/ african dance. We wanted to give dancers who do not normally get to travel and network as art of their work.
As a group we travelled to Liverpool on the Thursday before carnival and joined in with the workshops provided by Brouhaha. There was a variety of workshops available to participants including dance, music dan creative sessions and a panel of professionals who were giving diamond advice for those who run their organisations and resources available. During the trip we also had celebratory evenings where the dancing groups got to perform and Dimensions participated in the costumes competition, where one of our group won. Scrappy a Soca singer from London also held his Soca Music Festival on conjunction with the Liverpool Festival which was a nice touch to the events of the weekend.
On the day of the Liverpool the Dimensions Team was given our own buggy where we could perform our routines we also had Dj spy giving us vibes all day.
Thanks to Giles and his team who made the trip a success, and also well done to all participates of the trip.