Do you have the moves to be crowned Plymouth’s greatest dancer?

17 July 2020 | College News

City College Plymouth is on the hunt for the next Darcey Bussell or Ashley Banjo as it prepares to launch its new competition, Plymouth’s Greatest Dancer. 

The College’s dance department is calling on young, aspiring dancers to be in with the chance of winning £150 by recording a video of themselves performing an original piece of choreography to the song Survivor, by 2WEI.

The competition is open to those aged 14 to 20 living in Devon or Cornwall, and performances need to be between one and two minutes in length.

Lecturer Jo Ramsden said: “We are very excited by this new competition. We are hoping to see a range of styles: ballet, tap, jazz, contemporary, urban, street – whichever you feel most confident performing. 

“You do not need to have had any formal dance training to enter. We know there are a lot of very talented dancers who have never set foot in a dance studio before. This competition is a great opportunity to not only win a nice sum of money, but to also get yourself noticed.”
Videos need to be received by 5.00pm on Friday 14 August, so what are you waiting for?

To enter, visit where you will find more information about how to enter.

Do you have what is takes?

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