save the date

Legendary Cambridge Bboy battle, Urban SINfonie, returns this summer as part of SIN Cru’s 25th anniversary celebrations.  The event’s humble beginnings were in 2001, at the Kambar, a very dark and skinny venue some of our readers may remember as Route 66, and is now Pho restaurant.  Urban SINfonie was the brainchild of the original […]

living room sessions

Genius.  Its happening.  You can now follow your dream life of fitness, health, and cray cray fun, all without leaving your own living room.  From next week, as part of our Back to the Future transformation project, we will be delivering a programme of Hip Hop activity, with a little sumthin sumthin for everyone, in […]

juicy

this blog entry is dedicated to all the teachers that told us we’d never amount to nothing.  To all the people that told us to get proper jobs and be realistic, with a pension.  And all the artists in the struggle.  You know what I’m saying.  It’s all good, baby baby. It was all a […]

reminisce by the robot

Growing up, my generation of the U.K Bboy scene were always aware of SIN Cru: we saw them at events and battles, and heard them spoken about by promoters, O.G’s and Arts organisations alike.  My crew Trinity Warriors knew of SIN Cru’s Urban SINfonie as a U.K battle event through channels like the now obsolete […]

raise TY <3

this COVID-19 is a f**ker.  Everything seems unreal at the moment, with very mixed reactions and responses to the pandemic.  Some peoples are continuing to socialise and BBQ like May bank holiday has come early; others have removed themselves, gloved, masked and haven’t seen sunlight for three weeks.  Then there’s the 1,532,726 people who have […]

why does toilet roll keep falling on my head?

welcome party people to the best day of the year, and how fantastic we are all on lockdown so no one can escape the frivolities. Sausage Finger | for this horrid little handshake you will need a raw sausage.  Put the sausage between two of your fingers so that it looks as though you have got […]

stay safe peoples

shouts to all you who are still out everyday due to vital roles and responsibilities in our communities.  Shouts to all you who are confined on lockdown, already driving each other mental.  Shouts to all yous who are properly in isolation, possibly talking to yourselves by now, and maybe you’ve resurrected your imaginary friend.  We […]

participate – cancelled

dear dancers we have made the decision to cancel our current short courses in order to help minimise the spread of the Coronavirus.  This cancellation affects Hip Hop Tots and Friday Foundation.  For the time being, we will continue with our small groups of professional artist development, with a flexible approach, knowing that we are […]

time to get dancing

This Friday 13th March is the start of our four week courses with international superstar Bgirl RascElle.  She will be teaching Hip Hop Tots for 0 – 6yr olds, and Foundation for 7yrs – adult.  Hip Hop Tots is all about having fun and expressing yourself.  Foundation will be focusing on bboy technique with creative […]

indecent

Fly No Filter‘s tremendous lighting and theatre designer Trui Malten has been working on Indecent, a new play by Paula Vogel.  Over the next two weeks, Trui will be assisting the talented Chris Akerlind in London’s Menier Chocolate Factory in this play about a play.  The travels and travails of Sholem Ash’s God of Vengeance […]