MOVE IT is the UK's biggest dance event taking place annually at Olympia London.
Whether you're completely new to dance, a learner, advanced level or professional, there's plenty at the show for you.
MOVE IT 2015 returns from 13-15 February.
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Whether you’re a seasoned dancer or a beginner looking to try dance for the first time, with over 240 dance classes at MOVE IT there is something for everyone.
The MOVE IT Main Stage is the host of the most spectacular performances from some of the most exciting artists and dance companies from all over the UK.
An exciting opportunity has arisen to work on MOVE IT and its sister show PERFORM.
MOVE IT will be celebrating its 10th anniversary in February 2015 and is looking for a new creative director to take over the reins and deliver a fresh, new and exciting creative programme for MOVE IT and PERFORM 2016 onwards.
Formerly known as the Dance Teachers Convention, MOVE IT PRO 2015 is broadening the offer to teachers, choreographers, professional dancers and those aspiring to be a professional dancer.
MOVE IT PRO offers seminars and masterclasses for visitors looking to be inspired and guided through the professional dance industry.
Flawless, along with MOVE IT 2015 are proud to announce the launch of a national competition for dance.
Well known for their collaboration with The English National Ballet, where hip hop and ballet were united, Flawless want to find dancers who are creating innovative and interesting blends of dance styles.
There are a lot of reality TV programmes dedicated to dance and the popularity of them is undeniable. Dance TV programmes with no doubt have become a big part of the industry; however one might question the impact that it has on dance development.
Considering different points of view the question remains: are reality TV programmes having a positive impact on dance?
In one of the most personal videos of the MOVE IT 10 years video series Lukas told us about the body image issues that dancers are confronted with when they go to auditions. We also spoke to him about what it was like winning Got To Dance 2013 and some of the things he loves about living in London.
Lukas will be performing on the MOVE IT Main Stage on Sunday 15 February and teaching classes on the Friday and Saturday of MOVE IT 2015.