The Lock In - The UK's No.1 Folk and Hip-Hop Dance Extravaganza

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DANCE TEAMS WANTED!

We are touring once more and we want your dance group!

We have seen over 150 dance groups join us at our ‘Lock In’, ‘Demon Barbers XL’ and most recently our ‘Lock In Christmas Carol’ performances and we are on the lookout once again!… More

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The Lock In ‘Remixed’ launches @ Wakefield Theatre Royal – 12th May

Fresh from their sell out performances of The Lock In ‘Christmas Carol’, the Breaking Tradition Dance Company return to Ye Olde Fighting Cocks for a comical new version of their critically acclaimed folk and hip hop dance show ‘The Lock In!’

With live music from The Demon Barbers (Winners of ‘Best Live Act’ @ BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards) they will be bringing some of the UK’s oldest forms of dance bang up to date with some of the youngest, in a high energy celebration of dance culture.… More

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Dance Teams Wanted!

We are touring once more and we want your dance group!

We have seen over 150 dance groups join us at our ‘Lock In’, ‘Demon Barbers XL’ and most recently our ‘Lock In Christmas Carol’ performances and we are on the lookout once again!… More

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Friends Of The Lock In

Thanks to everyone for donating towards the cost of our Edinburgh Fringe Promo trip 2013!

Sally and Bob Hastings
Stuart Barkworth
Steve Saunders
Christopher Tarr
Alan Lowey
Andrew Lane
Renée & Colin Birks
The Noble Family
Paul & Lyn Russell

Anonymous donations x 38

In total we raised over £2100 towards the costs of producing the 13 Edinburgh shows.

Thanks everyone!!

If you would like to become a Friend Of The Lock In or make an anonymous donation please click the Pay Pal link below

All donations will go towards the cost of producing more tours, running workshops and helping us to raise the profile of traditional English dance even higher!




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"The Demon Barbers' hip hop and folk fusion raises the roof"

The List (Edinburgh Fringe)

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"Folk and hip-hop unite to stunning effect"

The Independent

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