Dance Woking, produced the dance element of Party in the Park showcasing the great diversity and breadth of local dance schools and school groups. As well as providing opportunities to perform Dance Woking provided opportunities to take part and watch exciting dance theatre and theatre performances.
In 2018 we marked the 100 Anniversary of World War 1 and the Representation of the People’s Act, celebrating the life of Dame Ethyl Smyth, local Woking resident, suffragette & scientist.
The performance parade was made up of school groups, community dance groups & professional dance companies:
Horsell Village School, Horsell C of E Junior School, Westfield Primary School,
Kingfield Primary School, Maybury Primary School, The Park School, Esher C of E School
Community Dance & choir groups taking Part:
Summerscales Performing Arts, BellyTricks Belly Dance & BellyTricks Tribal, Sayapatri Nepali, Boogie Pumps,
Holly School of Dance – #Fresh & #LilFresh, GObounceTEENS, Dreamcatchers Stage School,
Global Grooves Foundation, Jenny Reeds School of Dance, Nocturn Dance, Dancayers, Zambesi Dance Company,
Outside the Box, Dramatize, Woking Malayalee Association, Woking Stage Coach, Woking Rock Choir
Professional Dance and Theatre Company’s
Amina Khayyam Dance Company, Moxie Brawl Dance
Alexander Whitley Dance, Project Vee
Whalley Range All Stars, Handmade Theatre, C&BLE Events
Sole Rebel Tap, Dancing Couple Emily Haywood & Toby Sanford