Here we are saying goodbye in the station, with our banner. Thanks to everyone who came to see our show, entered our competition, or just danced with us around the streets of the UK. It’s goodbye, but not forever…….. xx
I am excited to see this!
Beautiful astonishing and phenomenal dancing and choreography. Tres bon!
Electric elektro. Vibrant and wonderful.
Incredible energy. Come back to Oxford.
Words aren’t enough. You said it all. ————————————————————–
Fantastique! Excellent show, have gone away with lots of inspiration. Thank you.
I loved it all, especially the cheating!
I loved the piano/quiet bit – lovely to have a contrast with the fast / loud dancing
Awesome – loved it all, especially those abs. encore encore!
Pure electrifying fun! Thank you
So full of energy. Fabulous. Just wish I was up there dancing too.
My dad is an ex-dancer, now he’s 86 – HE LOVED IT!!! But he couldn’t believe how their bodies stood up to it, like they had an endless set of replacement bodies!
Here is a brilliant video of one of our Flashmobs around the UK.
Audiences have been brilliant, and have really got involved!
Congratulations to Nu Projects: The Misfits who won our Dance Your City competition, LIVE final on the Southbank last Friday 2nd March 2012.
For their prize they performed before Elektro Kif on Saturday night to a sold out Queen Elizabeth Hall!
Watch out for images coming soon….
We are really chuffed to announce the finalists of the Elektro Kif Dance Your City Competition. They are:
LIFE (Armenia) 525 votes Hip Hop Life
FREEMAN DANCE (Coventry) 332 Votes Freeman Dance Company
I.D (Southbank, London) 301 Votes London Riot
NO ID CREW (Liverpool) 299 Votes No ID Crew
ONE YOUTH DANCE (London) 296 Votes Home Town Glory
JOKERZ (London) 292 Votes First Date
NU PROJEKS (Nottingham) 253 Votes The Misfits
Thank you for all your votes and choosing the top crews to go through to the Live Final on 2 March at 6pm in the Clore Ballroom at Royal Festival Hall.
Yes that’s right! ALL of them will be performing and it promises to be the biggest and baddest dance battle London has seen, and it’s completely free…. Make sure you get down and support your favourites. The winner will be performing before Elektro Kif on 3rd March on stage at the Southbank.
The judging panel are: Kate Prince from Zoo Nation, Kenrick “H20” Sandy from Boy Blue Entertainment, Peter Maniam from Breakin Convention, Blanca Li choreographer of Elektro Kif and Wendy Martin Head of Performance and Dance at Southbank Centre
This one was a bit murky, it says: “Never seen anything like this before would love to see more. It was brilliant the way they worked tigether and all the engaging (?) details that were so tiny and precise.”