Wild Style Breakers is a dance club for boys and girls in the Staffordshire area. We began our journey in 2000 and are the inspiration of old school Bboy Ron Case. The school is dedicated not only in teaching children, both boys and girls the art of Breakdance, but to encourage children from all backgrounds to raise their self esteem, fitness levels, social ability and confidence.
We have performed at the The ‘O’ shows at the Regent Theatre since 2002, The Artscool Project , “Britain’s Got Talent” and “Got To Dance”. We also perform at local schools and at public charity events such Pets At Home. And even the odd wedding.
Our Classes are held for Beginners and Intermediates on a Saturday at The Co-Operative Academy Of Stoke-On Trent.
We understand the discipline required to perfect a breakdance move and how important the support of your class can be. Therefore we encourage our beginners, intermediates and advanced breakers to work together as a crew irrespective of it being a classroom environment, a professional show or just a day out celebrating having some fun.
Ron Case (Bboy Phaze 1) started his dance career in 1984 and has developed a unique style of dance which inspires children from all backgrounds. Over the years Ron has performed in Local Competitions and on Channel 4, MTV, Glastonbury and the BBC.
His dance career has also taken him abroad, dancing in countries such as America, Germany, Switzerland, Holland and France.
In the past Ron has worked with many young people in Schools, Youth Clubs and Universities some of whom have turned out to do amazing things and one of those being George Samson who went on to win Britain’s Got Talent.
Not only does Ron run Wildstyle Breaks in Burslem he teachers in a number of schools throughout Stoke on Trent and surrounding areas covering teachers preparation and planning time and in after school dance clubs and continues to play a major choreographer role in Stoke On Trent very own Razzamatazz show at the Victoria Hall in Hanley.
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