Vox Novus and East London Dance. '60x60 Dance' (London) Stratford Circus 24 July 2010. Photo credit - Carmen Klammer  





"There is some extremely well drilled, beautifully executed dancing here. The dancers are able to express wood with the whole body and what is all too rare, perform with well defined characterisation... a rare and impressive show"

The Stage


"... use jazz and contemporary techniques in a remarkably imaginative way"

The Sunday Telegraph


"There can be no doubt they made an impact. Their work was greatly appreciated and enjoyed"

Jacqueline Rose


"Jazz dancers with a difference"



"Feedback has been very positive, professionalism and high quality performance... a great success, hugely valuable"

Sadlers Wells


"... reel and shove like a series of animated notes on the taut lines of a stave of music... the audience clearly appreciated the play on exercises of frame and connection"

Dance Today


"Quality contrasts in style and energy. I hope you felt the immense feedback of pleasure that the audience was feeling "

Royal Festival Hall


"The audience were completely engrossed"

Keyna Paul


"A vibrant, often witty, celebration of jazz dance... an effervescent explosion"



"... not only a skillful piece but an entertaining one too... innovatively dovetailed"

The Stage


"The audience loves the more acrobatic parts of the choreography... one of Greenwich Dance's highlights"

Dance Today


"... an exciting evening, and the performance, which was deservedly sold out, was greatly enjoyed by the audience"

Mencap Blue Sky Appeal



"I have now decided when I'm older I'd like to do something to do with dance"

Helen Riley (work experience student)


"All the schools you visited spoke very highly of your work"

Bedfordshire Advisory Teacher for Dance and PE


"The students received a rich and stimulating experience of dance"

Driffield School - Expressive Arts


"I would certainly like to use your company again to work with young people in this region"

Humberside Youth Arts Project

Sunanda Biswas & Temujin Gill in 'Lindy Break' at Greenwich Dance's 'Big Dance' launch. Photo credit - Rachel Cherry