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We have come to the end of another week of workshops. We have had many students joining us. This has been an amazing time to meet and develop young talent. We have learnt quite a lot as we have taught these young ones. More importantly we have allowed ourselves to become part of these children’s lives from Monday to Friday. We have exposed them to different disciplines of dance and enjoyed teaching them. We have had Gymnastics, Ballet, Musical theatre, Hip hop, Contemporary and African Dance. Watching them

Artist for Africa is a US based charity that seeks to provide support for African arts students, to enable them to take their craft to the next level. Since the establishment of DCK, Artists for Africa has supported many of our students, providing them with housing, school fees, dance wear, and opportunities to travel abroad and participate in international training programs. Currently, 10 of our students are training at the University of South Carolina Summer Dance Conservatory in the United States.   They have been joined by former DCK

Good things come to those who wait for our kind of Magic. It's a Kind of Magic was our theme for our end year recitals, and it was magical. We had 2 shows on Saturday at Gems Cambridge and 3 shows at Braeburn Gitanga. This was our way of letting the world know, what we have been up to all year long. Our staff at DCK committed to excellence and delivered on platforms. The fete allowed us to share various forms of dance with ballet taking the lion's

The school term has come to a close. If you are thinking of what to do for the holiday to keep the little ones busy, stop!! DCK is offering its annual holiday workshops for 3 weeks in both July and August. The workshops will be an opportunity for the participants  to learn different dance and movement disciplines. This allows the students to develop an interest in a specific discipline and develop a passion from then on. It will also be an opportunity for them to make new friends as

The end of the academic year is usually a floury of activities. At Dance Centre it is no different we get to engage with both parents and potential students. This morning Dance Centre Kenya had the privilege of taking part in an end year assembly at Hillcrest International school. Both parents and early learning students were treated to a show piece story of ''Sleeping Beauty'' . At DCK we firmly believe that exposing children to dance early helps them with their co-ordination and motor skills, building self-esteem, social skills,

The academic year is coming to a close. It has been an amazing year with a whole lot of growth accompanying us as well. We were able to put up 4 productions this year including, our annual Christmas production, The Nutcracker followed by Cinderella. All in all it has been a fantastic. This could not have been achieved without our students, teachers, company members and Directors at DCK. As is tradition, we would like to invite you to our end year recital "Its a Kind of Magic". This

May 26th and 27th 2018.  Dance Centre Kenya will be performing excerpts from Le Corsaire, Don Quixote, Cinderella and Sleeping Beauty as well as original Hip Hop and Contemporary pieces, choreographed by our very own teachers at the International Schools & Universities Educational Fair (ISEF) on Saturday and Sunday, May 26th and 27 th at the Hub in Karen. This is the perfect opportunity to see a little more of what we do at Dance Centre Kenya in our classes & performances and to make inquiries. We as will

May 8th - May 15th 2018.  The Royal Academy of Dance (RAD) examinations at Dance Centre Kenya will run from May 8 th up to May 15 th 2018. The RAD offers an internationally recognised portfolio of exams designed to motivate and encourage students of all ages and levels of ability. At DCK we host the exams annually. This year we have students from Pre-Primary level up to Advanced 1 taking exams. We wish all our students the best of luck in their upcoming exams! The RAD focuses on creativity

May 5th 2018 We are proud to announce that some of our very talented gymnastic students will be competing in the upcoming Gymnastics Kenya Competitions, organized by Kids Gymnastics at International Schools of Kenya. Our gymnastics teacher, James, has selected a team of 5 of our most advanced students to take part. The competition will feature different groups competing against each other to emerge the best. The winning groups and best male and female performer will be awarded with medals and all participants will be given certificates and t-shirts. Good