Book your tickets for an online celebration of dance

Tourism, Museums and The Arts
09:39, Tuesday, 18th May 2021

* POSTPONED: Dance Ambition – Making Men.

This event will now take place on Sunday 6 June due to unforeseen issues, we’re very sorry if this causes any inconvenience. All those who have already registered for the event do not need to re-register, you will still receive a link to access the event on the new date. We can’t wait for you to join us next weekend.


Local people with a passion for dance are being invited to take part in a special online celebration weekend later this month.

Dance Ambition, organised by South Bank Dance Hub, is a free two-day dance event packed full of performances, workshops, interviews, and careers advice.

Taking place on 29 and 30 May 2021, the weekend is split into two days: ‘Pathways’ and ‘Making Men’.

People who book onto Pathways on Saturday 29 May will enjoy an inspiring day of dance with workshops led by 2Faced Dance, ZooNation, Phoenix Dance and many more. There will also be performances, artist interviews and career pathway information to inspire gifted and talented dancers thinking about a future in dance.

Making Men, on Sunday 30 May, will showcase and celebrate males in dance. People will have the opportunity to enjoy workshops, interviews with professional male artists, trainees and youth dancers, in addition to performances from all levels of boys within dance. Artists and companies featured during the day will include: 2Faced Dance, Julius Ebreo, Anthony Bayou, Joshua Barwick, Leon Wilson, and more.

To register for the events, swing over to Eventbrite.

To sign up for the Pathways event, follow this link, or click here to book on to the Making Men event.

To stay up to date with information about the event, visit Facebook.

North Lincolnshire has an exciting and diverse arts scene, from dance and drama to visual art.

This week 20-21 Visual Arts Centre in Scunthorpe re-opened its doors, with visitors able to admire an impressive, illuminated replica installation of the moon.

The Museum of the Moon, by UK artist Luke Jerram features a fusion of 120dpi detailed NASA imagery of the lunar surface, together with moonlight and surround sound composition created by BAFTA and IVOR Novello award-winning composer Dan Jones.

Find out more about arts in North Lincolnshire on our website.