Chameleon Youth Free Tasters at Central Library

Kristy Stott, Theatre Editor
Chameleon Youth
Joel Chester Fildes / Company Chameleon

Chameleon Youth Free Tasters at Manchester Central Library, Manchester 25 June 2018 Entrance is free — Visit now

Chameleon Youth is recruiting. Based in Central Manchester and launched in 2016 by Company Chameleon, members of the youth company learn directly from a professional dance company, which for ten years, has toured and performed across the world giving new meaning to dance and movement.

As a member of Chameleon Youth, you will have the opportunity to train weekly with Company Chameleon’s professional dance artists, create your own work and develop your own unique movement style and take part in regular performance opportunities throughout the year.

If you’re between 11 and 21 and interested in exploring dance and movement, join Company Chameleon for a free taster session at Manchester Central Library on Monday 25th June from 6pm – 8pm.

Chameleon Youth Free Tasters at Manchester Central Library, Manchester 25 June 2018 Entrance is free Visit now

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