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St. Mark's hall, Old Mill Road, Plumstead SE18 1QE

© 2020 by Kiduku Rhythms Community Interest Company. UK registered company no. 12149825

Tues, Weds, Thurs

4-6pm 

structured performing arts sessions

plus free school pick-up and social time 3pm+ 

Dance, drama, music...

from £9 per day

  • Introduction to afro-dance

  • Afrobeat, Azonto & Kuduro

  • Afro-contemporary dance

  • Hip-hop & streetdance

  • Breaking for beginners

  • High-energy dance exercise

  • Learning to choreograph

  • Freestyle & appreciation

  • Drama and physical theatre

  • Creative storytelling

  • Reading with expression

  • Improvisation

  • Working with scripts

  • Big little voices

  • Breathing techniques

  • Musical theatre

  • Singing

Children have the opportunity to develop their own story at Kiduku Kidz, combining all the weird wonders of their imaginations together! 

First we explore favourite stories or less well-known African tales for inspiration. Then we create a new narrative together and think of ways to express key points through dance. Finally, at the end of each term, you have the chance to watch your children perform the musical production they have created with us from scratch. Amazing!

Discounts for Siblings!
Developing through dance - lionesses vs. hyenas
Dramatic adaptations
of "mbe the tortoise"
We take children's safety and wellbeing seriously at our Club. That's why we're registered with Ofsted and all our staff have DBS checks and appropriate training. Click here to find out more about how we make sure your children are kept safe and happy in our care.
Children at Kiduku Kidz showing special potential in dance have the opportunity to progress to Kiduku Youth Dance.
out for inspiration - after watching 'Watoto', the children's choir from uganda