360 ALLSTARS Workshops
Griffith Regional Theatre is proudly hosting 360 ALLSTARS, a phenomenal physical performance exploring all forms of rotation, connecting the street with the elite to deliver a supercharged urban circus. We are offering 4 different workshops - all you have to do is buy a ticket to the show and then you can enrol in the workshop of your choice for FREE! Get in quick though - these workshops are HOT! - - FRIDAY 5 APRIL, 4PM - 5PM
1. CIRCUS WORKSHOP
This fantastic workshop offers local youth the opportunity to learn from a professional circus performer. Covering several styles and art-forms, this workshop gives attendees a wonderful insight in to the circus world!
2. BREAKDANCING WORKSHOP
Two internationally renowned breakdancers give this amazing dance workshop, teaching choreography, technique and tricks in this explosive dance genre. Equally popular with boys and girls, this action packed masterclass offers an insight in to one of the most
3. BASKETBALL WORKSHOP
The workshop will start with Basketball Man explaining to the kids what basketball freestyling is and giving a short performance. He'll then talk about the skills attendees will be learning whilst conducting a stretching session. Participants will spend a few minutes
4. BMX FLATLANDING WORKSHOP
Two time world champion, Peter Sore, will draw in local youth, and no doubt impress them with his incredible skills. In this inspiring workshop, attendees will receive a step by step masterclass on how to execute BMX tricks from an international rider.
Peter will begin by introducing himself, explaining how he started riding, and why BMX flatlanding has kept him so interested over the years. He’ll then speak about bicycles, and the different styles of bikes that there are, and also speak about riding conditions, and list the best surfaces to practice BMX flatlanding. Peter will then work with the participants to teach them specific stretching exercises appropriate to the muscle groups used in BMX flatlanding, and explain the importance of warming up to prevent injuries.