New Video – Showtime Project

The ‘Showtime Project’ has been running since October 2017. The group which is a mix of performers that have or have not danced in a group before. The group has been training and perfecting the caribbean carnival style and choreography. This is a first for many of the artists who have not participated in a music video before, but everyone stood up to their performance plate.

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Join Nottinghill and Hackney Carnival 2017

Dimensions London in collaboration with Too Sweet Creations and Team 246 will be launching on the 7th May at 1 Chippenham Mews, London W9 2AN. Doors open at 4pm, with the children’s section starting at 6pm and Adults starting at 8pm. 

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Nottinghill Carnival 2016

For this year Dimensions London’s theme was ‘ Dimensions of Power’ which looked the meaning of power and what we envision when we think of power.
The children’s day was good with all the children making the most of the day, we even had some of the dancers from the Fun and Funky dance school in Romford. The day went without a hitch and the dancers performed at the judging point which was great and had a positive feedback.
The adults day was also a success with our adults performing the routines they had learnt over the previous weeks and looking spectatular in their costumes.
Thanks to all the team who put the costumes together and support for dance workshops.

Dimensions at Soca Monarchs

Dimension’s dancers was asked by JoMoney to choreograph for the Soca Monarch competition in Scala, King Cross. As we had already started working with JoMoney we were excited working with her again. We worked as part of a team as there were many aspects to what the judges at the event were looking for and took this in our stride.
We only had a limited amount of time to get the production together, working with a live band and backing singers, but as the event approached we were ready.
At the Soca Monarchs we rehearsed and prepared for our performance. The performance was amazing and all feel good about how the evening went. When the results came in we were delighted to find that JoMoney had won her category.
Thanks to JoMoney for the opportunity to perform and be a part of an epic night.

 

Big Dance Bus – Westfield Centre

Dimension’s dance group ‘Infusion’ performed as part of the Big Dance Bus at Westfield Shopping centre. It was a good day and no sign of rain. The dance performed a carnival inspired set and got to wear their costumes for the first time in the lead up to Nottinghill Carnival. the group got a superb response, with many onlookers wanting to get involved. Thanks to Big Dance Bus for another great event and to our dancers for a wonderful show.

Working with JoMoney

Dimensions young dancers from ‘Infusion dance group’ got the opportunity to perform with JoMoney performing her Soca Monarch song called ‘Stop’ at the Caribbean Cultural festival at the fabulous Millennium Gloucester Hotel. JoMoney and dancer’s performance was excellent and gave the young dancers an opportunity to work with others and do something different which was a positive experience for all. Thanks to JoMoney for the opportunity.

Working with Sophia Mckay

Dimensions London go the opportunity to work with Sophia Mckay, who was launching her new music Video called ‘Mek ah Step’. Dimensions costumes were used in the video which was amazing and gave her video a great feel. Thanks to sophia and her crew for a great day.

Carnival Arts Day with Houndsfield School

Dimensions was asked to join in with the Carnival arts Day at Houndsfield Primary school in May. We worked with members of Pannation Pan Band, led by Maisha she put together an amazing day, where the Year 4’s learn different aspects of Carnival.
The Year 4 classes learnt dance routines with Gemma from Dimensions, Steel Pan with the Pannation Team and Costumes design with their class teachers. At the end of the day they performed what they had learnt in front of their year and parents. Thanks to Maisha putting on a great day and to all the children who participated.

Carnival Expo 2nd May 2016

This year at Carnival Expo, we used our project Dimensions of Culture and it’s workshops to work towards this event. It was a weekly session where participants learned a number of routines, which was then mixed together to form a set. Everyone who committed to it learned a great deal and built confidence in order to perform at the Event.
We also displayed our ‘Dimensions of Power’ themed costumes around the event which was held at the Kia, Oval. Thanks to Andrew from Carnival Expo supporting us.