Street Angels Jersey is a street dance and graffiti club based at Centre Point Trust, offering children a fun and exciting place to express themselves by learning exciting dance moves and routines, as well as understanding the fundamentals of graffiti.
What started as a small group of 8 children dancing and 6 learning graffiti, has since grown to a group of over 60, with classes available for children from aged 6 to 15. Street Angels have performed at Jersey Live, Folklore, The Weekender, Dance World Cup and have been involved in charity workshops for Brighter Futures. They recently spray painted the playground at Clos Des Roncier for Andium Homes. Since its inception in 2016, they have raised over £5000 for Centre Point trust Children’s Charity.
Founder and Dance Teacher, Grahame Fitchett, is passionate about offering exciting opportunities for his students: “Being from a little island, our dance group don’t often get to experience things that other groups may do being in the UK. We have a group of incredible children that deserve to showcase their talents and have the opportunity to compete against others, so we would like to fundraise to allow the children to attend a once in a lifetime trip – to compete in the UK Street Dance Challenge.”
The UK Street Dance Challenge is a huge dance competition held twice a year, where visitors attend workshops with some very talented dancers and compete against other children in different events including singles, doubles, triples and group dances.
“I would love to be able to put as many forward as possible to dance against others and experience something they may never get the chance to experience again; all the while flying the flag for Jersey.”
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