Thomas Wadelton masterclasses, 24th & 25th November 2018

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Thomas Wadelton masterclasses, 24th & 25th November 2018

20.00 25.00

Amazing Australian tap dancer, music maker and story teller, Thomas Wadelton will be in London! We are thrilled and privileged to have him teach masterclasses for us. Thomas started dancing when he was four years old, and draws on the heritage of the great tap dancers such as Baby Laurence.

Since then he has studied with some of the best tap teachers, and has performed for audiences all around the world in China, Canada, Spain, Russia, Greece, North America, Japan, Sweden, Singapore, and Australia. He has also taught workshops and shared his knowledge in many of these places, to the benefit of people of all ages and levels.

Don’t miss this unique opportunity to take a class with him!

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Class schedule

  • Saturday 24th November 5.30pm-7pm - Musicality for Beginners

  • Sunday 25th November 2pm-3.30pm - Exploring Time and Space (int/adv)

  • Sunday 25th November 3.30pm-5pm - Different Paths to Improvisation (int/adv)

All classes are at Pineapple Dance Studios near Covent Garden tube. Classes are £20 in advance, or £25 after 17th November. Places are limited, so book soon!

About Thomas Wadelton

Thomas is a child of Australia and a student of the world.

Born in Australia, Thomas Wadelton, travels around the world performing, collaborating and teaching. Currently based in Europe, Thomas has performed on stage since the age of four. His early training was influenced by Christopher Horsey (Tap Dogs founding member) and Grant Swift (Swift Rhythm Hoofers and the Melbourne Int’l Tap Festival). From 2010 to 2013 Thomas was a principal dancer with Tapestry Dance Company, the only full time professional dance company in North America specialising in tap dance. He owes much to the teachings of the renowned Artistic director Acia Gray and the brilliant dancers he shared those three years with.

Creating music, performing, teaching and spending time with people, Thomas is on a heart expanding adventure he is ever eager to share.

Thomas has performed for audiences around the world in China, Canada, Spain, Russia, Greece, North America, Japan, Sweden, Singapore, and Australia. He has taught workshops and had the chance to share his knowledge in many of these places.

Events and venues include Shanghai Int’l Arts Festival, Herräng Dance Camp, Vancouver Int’l Tap Festival, Festival Int'l Danse de Encore, Matthew Shields’ Tapestry on the Fringe (USA), MadTap Madrid, Festival de Claquettes de Montréal, The Falls Music and Arts Festival, The Apollo Bay Music Festival, Australian Int'l Tap Festival, the Bohemian Masquerade Ball, Hamer Hall's Morning Melodies.