In the Rambert studio with Simone Sistarelli
Learn the style that made Michael Jackson famous. From basic techniques to advanced concepts, you’ll be able to find your inner groove and express yourself to funky music.
About the teacher
Simone Sistarelli is a dance artist, musician, social entrepreneur and public speaker. Founder of Popping For Parkinson’s, a project that transforms Parkinson’s patients into Popping dance students. TEDx Speaker. Awarded in the Universal Hip Hop Museum Hall of Fame for the contribution to Hip Hop Culture. BA in Contemporary Dance from Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance. MSc in Dance Psychology from the University of Hertfordshire.
Classes take place at Rambert, 99 Upper Ground SE1 9PP. We have a fully accessible building, including accessible toilets and showers. There is on-street parking for Blue Badge holders with step-free access to the building, and lifts to all levels.
Changing facilities are available on the first floor, however we ask that you come ready for class where possible. A water fountain is available on the second floor- please bring your own reuse-able bottle for this.
You can wear whatever your are comfortable moving in, and you're welcome to wear dance shoes if you have them (although no dark/black soles) or bare-feet. Please make sure you have removed jewellery before class, and long hair is tied back. Please note, as the studios are used by our professional dancers we ask that you refrain from using hair products and body lotions as these can make the floor slippery.
Popping for beginners
Course ticket - for all 11 dates.
Available until Mon 6 Dec 6:20pm
Available after Sun 26 Sep 6pm