Innovative popping, creative krump and soulful house dance collide

Breakin’ Convention 2019 — International Festival of Hip Hop Dance Theatre at Sadler’s Wells, Rosebery Avenue, London, EC1R
3 – 5 May 2019

Innovative popping, creative krump and soulful house dance collide in the world’s biggest festival of hip hop dance, hosted and curated by Sadler’s Wells Associate Artist Jonzi D.

Now in its 16th year, Breakin’ Convention is an annual celebration of all things hip hop, with taster sessions, workshops and free activities on offer through the entire building, giving attendees a unique glimpse into hip hop culture.

Spilling off the stage and out into the theatre, the festival includes free activities, taster sessions, dance circles and workshops across the entire building.

It’s a platform for big personalities and amazing moves”

Line up:

Sat 4 May: AIM Collective (UK) | Angyil McNeal (USA) | Geometrie Variable (France) | Jinjo Crew (South Korea) | Kloe Dean (UK) | Logistx (USA) | Olly Engele (UK) | Perry Louis (UK) | The Archetype (UK) | Theo ‘Godson’ Oloyade (UK) | WeWolf Works (Germany/USA)

Sun 5 May: Agnes Sales & Hector Plaza (Spain) | Angyil McNeal (USA) | Boy Blue Entertainment (UK) | Fiyahouse (UK) | Geometrie Variable (France) | Gulf Dance Company (UK) | Jinjo Crew (South Korea) | Joshua Nash & Jordan Douglas (UK) | Junior & Kalli (France/Greece) | The Locksmiths (UK) | Logistx (USA) | Mitch (UK) | Realitie (UK)

Further information including daily schedules and performance information can be found at

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