Collyer’s Dance Company Set to Dazzle at Hove’s Udance Event

In the heart of Hove, at the Old Market, a vibrant dance event unfolded. Collyer’s New Ground Dance Company, a beacon of local talent, was one of the eleven groups selected from over 50 academies, schools, and colleges to grace the stage at the Udance regional platform.

The Head of Dance at Collyer’s, Emma Gogan, was brimming with pride. She hailed the event as a “fantastic platform” that showcased a “diverse and talented array of dance performances from across the southeast.” The dancers, she said, represented the college impeccably. Their collaborative spirit and supportive nature towards other groups were a testament to their professionalism and camaraderie.

The New Ground Dance Company is part of Collyer’s highly regarded enrichment programme. Despite narrowly missing out on being selected for the national Udance event in Liverpool, the company’s performance was a triumph.

Emma Gogan couldn’t hide her admiration for the group. “They are so professional and really are an absolute credit to Collyer’s and the local area,” she said, expressing the pride of the dance department.

Collyer’s Deputy Principal, Steve Martell, echoed this sentiment. He lauded the dance programme and the New Ground Dance Company’s exploits on a regional stage. “These dancers and their teachers are brilliant. Dance at Collyer’s is breaking new ground!” he exclaimed.

Indeed, the New Ground Dance Company is not just breaking new ground; they are shaking up the dance scene in the southeast. Their performance at the Udance regional platform is a testament to their talent, dedication, and the vibrant dance culture at Collyer’s. The local community couldn’t be prouder.

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