Victory Talent has teamed up with Solent Novice Dance Festival to bring a new competition to the South Coast. Aimed at encouraging new dancers, this festival provides a friendly and welcoming platform to those new to competing. Alongside professional adjudication, each child receives an individual feedback form and certificate. Medals are given to those dancers who place 1st - 3rd in each class with trophies awarded at the end of the festival.

For further information about dance categories, fees, rules and regulations visit the website or visit the Facebook page Solent Novice Dance Festival

Victory Talent offers celebrity Masterclasses with leading professionals in their field. These are open to the general public providing you meet the age or ability criteria. 

Keep an eye on our Facebook page for new Masterclass announcements!!

Jo Hawes Masterclass

We have just completed a Masterclass with leading Children's Casting Director Jo Hawes.

Jo has helped cast over 150 West End and touring productions so has a LOT of experience to pass on!

Her class is specifically designed to empower children and young adults and to help them understand what creative teams are looking for, how to behave and how to use their nerves in the audition room.  

Kimberly Wyatt: Bring Your Heels Masterclass

We were thrilled to host international pop sensation Kimberly Wyatt from the Pussycat Dolls who taught a beautiful Contemporary class to our Junior and Senior dancers and then hit us with some sass in the Senior Heels class!

What a delight to see such an amazing dancer up close, she really inspired every dancer there to be their best. In her words: Be Authentic. Be Fearless. Be You

Adam Garcia Tap Masterclass

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Talented youngsters and adults were treated to a Tap Masterclass from Australia's finest on Sunday 10th March.

Adam Garcia started his career touring around Australia with the musical Hot Shoe Shuffle. The show carried him to London where he then went on to play in a number of West End productions including Fiyero in the multi-award winning Wicked and Doody in Grease. Adam also starred as Bill Calhoun in Kiss Me Kate and as Tony Manero in the smash hit musical Saturday Night Fever, receiving Olivier Award nominations for both roles. He has most recently played the role of The Artilleryman in the arena tour of War of the Worlds.

Adam is well known for playing Kevin O'Donnell in the 2002 film Coyote Ugly and was one of 3 judges on the Sky One show Got To Dance alongside Kimberley Wyatt and Ashley Banjo.

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