Date(s) - 29/01/2020
4:00 pm - 7:00 pm
OPEN Youth Venue
The aim of the SSP Dance Shows is to inspire more pupils to be active through dance by providing an opportunity for them to represent their school in an exciting dance show with professional sound and lighting on a big stage in front of their friends and family.
This years two SSP dance shows will follow the theme of icons. Schools are invited to enter to perform a dance based around a pop icon.
Please could schools discuss their music ideas with the SSP Dance Coordinator Lisa McGreevy (firstname.lastname@example.org) to confirm that it is suitable and that no other school has already chosen the song/artist or idea.
Wednesday 29th January or Wednesday 20th May 2020
4pm and 7pm (schools are required to take part in both performances).
Schools are required to provide their own pupil’s costumes.
The SSP Dance Coordinator Lisa McGreevy is able to offer the following to schools taking part in the show;
- Initial help with sessions to develop dance if required.
- Help with ideas on costume and props.
- On-going support to develop dance if required.
- As the show is approaching you will receive all the information you need for the show and for you to complete Evolve. This will also include running orders, coach pick up times etc.
We are pleased to be able to offer SSP member schools with free transport to this event if needed. In the below booking form please indicate whether you require transport and the total number of seats required (pupils+adults). All transport will be provided by Norse Transport unless otherwise stated. Pick up/drop off times will be confirmed once the booking deadline has past.
Transport will not be provided at the end of the show, and pupils should be picked up from the venue.
Pupils parents, family and friends are invited to come along and watch the show. Tickets will be available from the OPEN Youth Venue Box Office.
Photo and video consent
We aim to use photos and videos to promote our events using a variety of media including on the internet, social media, newspapers and newsletters. It is the responsibility of the participating school to ensure that they have asked parents/guardian for permission for photos and videos of all participants to be taken by SSP staff or official event photographers.
To view our full Photo and Video Consent Policy please follow link.
A risk assessment for the event will be emailed to schools approximately 2 weeks prior to the event.
Schools are reminded of the following safeguarding responsibilities at SSP events.
How to book
SSP member schools are invited to book to take part in the show by completing the below booking form.
For more information
If you have any questions about the show please contact Lisa McGreevy on email@example.com