bargain buckets

Now is the time to book your tickets to see Fly No Filter‘s Soopa Noodle perform at the international Hip Hop Dance Festival, Breakin’ Convention.  Noodle will be performing his acclaimed How to Build a Shelf solo from The Glorious Tour, at Norwich Theatre Royal on Saturday 13th May, and the theatre are currently running a very special offer […]

midweek motivation

After a few mental weeks of being on the road, SIN Cru are now back in the office catching up and making plans.  We will be heading to Cambridge Junction this evening for some creative motivation from Joan Cleville Dance’s presentation of Plan B for Utopia.  We have heard rumours that there will be some […]

what’s your resolution?

Answer:  See more dance?  Go to the theatre?  Laugh more…  The UK’s biggest festival for new dance is coming towards its closing for 2017, the festival’s 28th year.  With 26 triple bills and 78 companies ready to test the limits of dance, you may be wondering what left to catch.  No brainer – tomorrow night, […]

hip hop dance owns ealing

Here at SIN Cru HQ we are all very excited to be getting ready for our day trip to London to support fellow Sinstar, Twistar and his youth groups at the annual dance showcase.  Twistar teaches for Ealing Street Dance Academy, who are said to be the largest street and bboy school in London, and […]

never work with children or animals

Congratulations to one of our Bboy Foundation students, Sam Hughes for his performance as Max the dog in Cambridge Youth Musical Theatre‘s production of Father Frost.  The show went up mid January at Cambridge Junction and received wonderful reviews, including one by Alex Wood who pointed out ‘[t]here is always a danger of an animal stealing […]

midweek youtube

What better day than Wednesday to subscribe to SIN Cru’s youtube channel, especially as we have just uploaded the updated promo produced by Jahmal ‘Missing Moments’ Crowe, for Fly No Filter’s The Glorious Tour.  Wowzers we hear you cry – get on that flamingo fandango.  Next tour date: Thursday 16th February, 8.00pm The Place, London WC1 […]

tonight – Natty

Looking forward to fellow Jekkah artist, Natty coming to the Junction tonight with his band The Rebelship.  He is also supported by Sam Garret and Cali P, and will be playing tracks from his critically acclaimed second album, aptly-titled Release The Fear.  The concept album produced by Natty, is described as a Future-Roots or Cosmic-Reggae work of art. […]