Onisere and the Ballet Queen - Dance and Storytelling Workshop

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"So what you’re saying is that there have been loads of Black ballet dancers…"

Onisere wants to be a ballet dancer but there’s just one problem: she’s Black and she’s never seen any other ballet dancers who look like her. Enter, the ballet queen, Simbira, who takes Onisere, and her annoying, football mad little brother Tayo, on a fantastical journey through the history of Black British ballet.

Join Black British Ballet for a fun filled session of dance and storytelling to find out more about the black dancers who blazed a trail through British ballet!

A pay-what-you-decide family friendly event, suitable for children aged 4-8 years old. All children must be accompanied by an adult.

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Enjoy code: 990496
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Kids, Elderly, Youth, Adult
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Saturday
15/06 2024 11:00am
Central Library Calverley Street LEEDS
Provided by The List