The Centre of Movement Arts presents the 2021 London Dance Festival
Friday September 17
5-6:30pm Dance Mob Workshop & Performance*
Location: Dundas Place in front of Budweiser Gardens
*Please bring your own pool noodle to dance with!
In this workshop you’ll learn a fun and easy dance while holding a pool noodle. The noodles will be an amusing way to make sure we all stay safely 2 metres apart while dancing. Once everyone has learned the moves, we’ll head down the street for a surprise performance featuring local rapper Big Lou live on the mic! Open to all ages and experience levels. Please bring your own pool noodle.
Saturday September 18
4-6pm Workshops for all levels: Partner Dance and Bellydance Basics
All Day: Interactive Dance Map and Pop-up Performances by Belinda McGuire
Location: Ivey Park, 331 Thames St.
FREE but donations are gratefully accepted!
Join us for an exciting, free, LIVE dance event in Ivey Park. Learn new moves in all-levels workshops, then see London’s talented dance artists perform on nature’s stage.
Featuring dance performances by La Compagnie de Danse, Rising Moon Bellydance, Los Aires Flamenco ensemble, Priyanka Topé, Kaitlin Torrance, The Ukwehuwe Connection, Kevin Clements, Nicholas Noguera, Young Company of NLDC, and more! Live music will accompany several performances.
See our first-ever Dance Map be created by local visual artists and then groove your way around the park following the map’s movement suggestions.
This year registration is required (scroll down to register now!). Masks must be worn to enter the event site, but may be taken off once you are safely two meters from others in a designated audience or participant space.
We’re also looking for volunteers to help out at the event. Click here to learn about the jobs available and sign up to help out!
Connect with us on our social media channels @ldndancefest so you don’t miss a thing!
Donations can also be made in person at the event, through PayPal, or by etransfer to firstname.lastname@example.org. Donors names will be listed on the LDF website (unless they wish to remain anonymous). Thank you!
London Dance Festival is brought to you by the Centre of Movement Arts, a non-profit celebrating dance and movement in the Forest City.