Beats on Pointe
  • West End

Direct from a hugely successful tour in Australia, Beats On Pointe is headed to London for its debut season at The Peacock.

A colourful fun filled show for the entire family, this show brings you an exciting commercial blend of electric entertainment that combines modern and old school street dance and classical ballet.

Beats On Pointe features a highly talented cast of 16 dance athletes, with the tightly choreographed show anchoring a dynamic modern story of two opposing dance worlds peppered with captivating dance theatre, freestyle acts, a great soundtrack and even a smattering of well-timed comedy. Produced by Masters of Choreography in Melbourne, Australia, this show fuses electrifying street dance and classical ballet to create the perfect entertainment for audiences of all ages.

''The show itself is an action-packed roller coaster of old and new school street dance, classical and contemporary ballet, physical comedy, beat boxing and even some singing! To call this a 'dance show' is to sell it short - this piece is a theatrical extravaganza'' aussietheatre.com

With a magnificent blend of classic and commercial music plus a wonderful cast of multi-talented performers, this show continues to dazzle with cutting-edge entertainment. Don't miss your chance to see one of Australia's hottest dance theatre productions!

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