23 – 28 JULY 2018


    Hip Hop / Popping

    Monday July 23 | 18.30 – 20.30
    Tuesday July 24 | 18.30 – 20.30
    Wednesday July 25 | 18.30 – 20.30
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    Hip Hop / Popping

    Monday July 23 | 20.30 – 22.30
    Tuesday July 24 | 20.30 – 22.30
    Wednesday July 25 | 20.30 – 22.30
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    Hip Hop

    Thursday July 26 | 19.30 – 21.30
    Friday July 27 | 19.30 – 21.30
    Saturday July 28 | 19.30 – 21.30
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    Contemporary Jazz

    Thursday July 26 | 19.30 – 21.30
    Friday July 27 | 19.30 – 21.30
    Saturday July 28 | 11.30 – 13.30
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About the dancers

Marquese Scott, also known as Nonstop, is a YouTube personality, hip hop and dubstep street dancer whose
work has been used in music videos, TV shows, advertisements, and live performances. He is signed with Xcel Talent Agency and is part of the dance crew RemoteKontrol. His YouTube channels include WHZGUD and WHZGUD2.

Engrossed in a love of art and music, Marquese studied dance artists such as street performer Flat Top and Turbo, a.k.a. Boogaloo Shrimp, famous for the movie “Breakin.” He learned from west coast popping crews, and especially the dance crew U-min, from Japan. His musical influences came from groups such as Zapp & Roger, Kraftwerk, and Afrika Bambaataa. He started dancing at the age of 12 at an area skating rink in Indianapolis.

Marquese’ has primarily found fame via YouTube; his channel has been very successful, with around half a million subscribers and several videos with millions of views. Within two weeks of its public access on YouTube, the video “PUMPED UP KICKS|DUBSTEP” has been featured on the front page news of, The Huffington Post, CBS News, Yahoo! News,,, and on the Ellen DeGeneres Show, where Marquese makes a live appearance.

Poppin John has been popping for over 16 years, specializing in crowd pleasing robotic illusions, silky smooth waves, and straight explosive popping. He has performed, battled and taught classes all over the United States, Mexico and Europe. His YouTube videos have over 10,000,000 views making him a “YouTube sensation”. On his website he teaches students all over the world through instructional videos and has turned his dance into a career. From battlin in the hood to rippin up big stages, John inspires crowds and opens up students wherever he rolls.
Shaadow Sefiroth is a talented and hardworking young man. He started dancing in 2009 in the USA, where he was inspired by his friends and family who were involved in dance. But only since 2010 did he really start “dancing” HIP HOP, when he came to know the real culture of Hip Hop, and saw the bigger picture of a fantastic world of peace, love, unity, and having fun.

Six months later Shaadow moved to London to study. He began to acquire a deeper knowledge of the Hip Hop art form. He practiced relentlessly for hours to find and refine his style. Those long hours of training were not without result. Now his style is unique and breathtaking, his incredible dance vocabulary allows him to capture music like a catalyzer and embody its emotion and energy by transmuting it into a physical form.

Marc Beaugendre is a French professional dancer. Since 2011, he is dancing for Introdans. He has experienced a great diversity of choreographic styles and performed around the world. Marc worked with Jiri Kylian, Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui, Hans van Manen, Robert Battle, Lucinda Childs, Nacho Duato, Cayetano Soto, Stijn Celis, Niels Christe, Thierry Malandain, Jennifer Muller, Bejart and many more.