Your Dance CV and Performance Portfolio

Your Dance CV and Performance Portfolio

  There is no one correct template for a dance CV. Performers, agents and customers all have different preferences. Make it clear, professional, informative and honest. What’s the difference? A CV tends to be shorter and more formal. A Performance Portfolio tends to be fuller, include more background information and images of work you have done. (more…)...
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What Burlesque Means to Me by Fleur Noire

There are many things to love about burlesque but my favourite aspect is the creativity that it allows. When I first started I thought that only one type of music would be correct, only one type of costume, make up, theme, etc. I was very happy to be proven wrong. In my searches for interesting videos and articles for the Moonlight Minxes’ Facebook page I have found gravity-defying aerialists stripping, a fan dance to the beautiful music of a car alarm and an astounding variety of costumes to suit all themes. I have performed as lumberjack, a magician, a doll, a vampire, a ghostbuster and a video game character so far. (more…)...
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Sequins and Baubles! By Clare

Sequins and Baubles - My First Hafla by Clare I was asked to perform at my first hafla, the Sequins and Baubles Winter Hafla in Newcastle, as part of the Moonlight Minxes dance troup (cue jokes about how 'I didn't *hafla* do it if I didn't want to' at my apprehension about performing in front of a real live audience, and not just the dance studio mirrors). (more…)...
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Men Pole Too – By Keith Fusco

Men Pole Too Men Pole Too is a Facebook page that I started a year ago on the 9th October 2014 to help educate the world that pole dancing isn’t just for women and that a lot of men do it too. I also created it, in the hope that it could be somewhere that likeminded people could interact, share their photos and stories with everyone else. (more…)...
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World Pole Sports Championships 2015 By Anita

AKA “that time our jaws dropped so low we couldn’t see them” On July the 22, myself and my lovely partner (who is also a huge pole enthusiast) travelled down in our tiny Citroen C2 from Durham all the way down to London. This 7 hour journey, although filled with traffic, bad weather, and idiot drivers, was worth it as we were on our way to see World Pole Sports Championships (WPSC 2015) where the best pole athletes from all over the world gathered to show off their mad skills. And OH MY POLE, their skills are mad! (more…)...
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Team Tempest’s Top 10 Training Tips

When you find that time for training make sure you get the most from it! Training can be vast, wide and varied. It can be classes, workshops, private lessons, just you in the studio, research on the internet, stretching in the sitting room or get training whilst you’re out and about! – it all counts. (more…)...
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Tempest Dance Studio Clothing

Show your #teamtempest spirit! Hoodies, joggers, t-shirts and more! The online shop is here: http://www.moette.co.uk/ select TempestDance (more…)...
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What does pole mean to you?

As part of a recent Pole Sports competition we asked our students to tell us what pole means to them. There answers are truly personal and inspiring. If you are thinking of giving pole a go, trying to find your pole spirit again, looking for a motivational pick me up then check out the stories below! (more…)...
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Which Pole Class should I come to at Tempest?

Pole Classes at Tempest Beginners, improvers, intermediate and advanced dancers welcome! All our Pole classes are currently mixed ability - beginners and new starters welcome. (more…)...
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Tempest Dance Studio Administration Office Hours

Administration Hours for Enquiries At the moment Office Hours are flexible around teaching and training. Enquiries will be replied to Monday to Friday (excluding bank hols) You can contact us via: info@tempestdancestudio.com  phone/text 07507632458 (more…)...
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