Tru Street Dance

Tru Street Dance is a diverse group of talented performers based in the Sticky Dance Studio in Digbeth.

As well as being a performing dance company, Tru Street run open classes where everyone regardless of age race or dance ability is invited to sample a taste of their dynamic choreography.

Tru Street have recently been awarded £2,000 from the Ronnie Bowker Foundation Fund to put towards their latest production.

Ikeela Sealey, Director said: “We are extremely grateful for the funding we have received. It will contribute towards our ‘Step in to my World’ project. The project will have a high level of involvement from young people with real life experience, it will help showcase their potential to create and perform, challenging stereotypes of what can be achieved despite illness.”

For more information about Tru Street, check out the website, visit them at the Sticky Dance Studio (5 Lower Trinity street, Digbeth, B9 4AG), or call 07779077902. To see what they can do, watch the video filmed in Digbeth below:

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  1. 31 October, 2012

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