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Join us as we give a preview of what will be involved at the B-Side Hip-Hop Festival from May 11th – 13th.
From 12pm we will have:
Dance workshops in Breakin, Poppin & Hip Hop.

Lead by:
BREAKIN – Break Mission
HIP HOP – Nyko Dee Uchiha ( Konoha Crew UK )
POPPIN – Unpronounceable Alex Naz

Graffiti & Workshop with

DeeJay workshop with VisionBombing

Rap and Spoken Word Workshops with Trademark Blud & Juice Aleem with a cypher to end the session at 2:30pm

Layout 1AND!!
From 3pm we have the finale in the Sports Hall with

1 vs 1 All Styles 7 to Smoke Dance Competition with £150 going to the winner!!!
With our guest judges.

and a few more showcases!


Break Mission Classes
Mickael ‘Marso’ Riviere
Birmingham Hippodrome
The Lighthouse|Young Peoples Centre
B-Side Hip-Hop Festival

Source: B-Side Festival Mini Launch & Dance Competition

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For our second weekly party we join up with local future heads, The Unspeakable, headed up by Unpronounceable these guys have rocked Moho many a time and now hold a monthly residency with us, aaaaiiiiitee!

Spotlight: The Unspeakable Space Team
Hosted by: Infamous Dimez (The Unspeakable)
Unpronounceable (The Unspeakable)
Jack Bagshaw (The Unspeakable)
Blukey Rinsle (The Unspeakable/Thug Tears)
Silence (The Unspeakable/Break Mission)


Playing Artists such as: Kaytranada, GoldLink, Sango, Xavier Omär, Anderson .Paak, Tom Misch, SwuM., Zikomo, ROMderful., Smino, Khalid, The Internet, Naji, K, Le Maestro along with all the party bangers and oldschool UK anthems bringing you back to the Channel U days 🔥

Mama Roux’s
MOHO Allstars!!!

Expect: Hip Hop, Rnb, Bass, Trap, House, DnB, Garage, Grime, Future Beats

£3-5 adv
£7-10 on the door
ID essential

Source:  Moho & The Unspeakable Takeover

Break Mission Presents another FREE AeroBreaks ‘LITEFEET’ Workshop with 2016’s Break Mission Hip Hop Champion Kieran AKA King K!


The Lighthouse|Young Peoples Centre

100 Alma Way, B19 2LN Birmingham, United Kingdom

Ages: 11+

Kieran is a professional dancer and circus artist who recently graduated from the National Centre for Circus Arts. He began his dance training in 2008 whilst dancing with friends and later trained at Swindon Dance studying Popping, House, B-Boying and Locking. He also began Krump and Hip Hop. Kieran is one of the founding members of “Jam!” (the jam movement) and represents World renowned crew “Fiya House”. All of this has helped Kieran to become a great freestyle dancer and teacher.

In recent years Kieran has focused on Hip Hop and Litefeet whilst teaching, judging and battling around the UK and internationally. Going by his alias ‘King K’, Kieran is pioneering Litefeet in the UK being the first to go to New York to study and train this style. Kieran is recognised in the world wide Litefeet community after taking second place in the first International Litefeet Championship and has formed ‘Empire’ to help support the European scene.

Source: AeroBreaks Free! LiteFeet Workshop with Kieran aka King K

d2d543b731874652ff8fff997ee9d460ba40767c_gallery_anthonyamao_09Anthony Shintai Amao’s 10 stunning portraits of his fellow Breakers celebrates both Birmingham’s oft-neglected Breakin’ scene, and the work Break Mission do for the city’s needy.

See the 10 images that helped Break Mission earn £10,000 funding for yourself, in this stunning Living Gallery.

  • TIMES – 17 January at 9:00 to 21 January at 20:00

    Bullring, B5 4BU Birmingham, United Kingdom

    Come back throughout the week for live Breakin’ performances.
8dbe52b24dc2e97b63d84e38153c1c59615e282e_gallery_anthonyamao_03Reveal the Real You. Prove the Power of Photography

Our passions define who we are. So Huawei and Dazed asked some of today’s most creative up-and-coming photographers to celebrate the communities that reveal their true selves using the Huawei P10; a dual lens camera phone built on the century-long legacy of Leica, the original street photography pioneers.

From a shortlist of twenty powerful entries, judges from Leica Galleries International and Arts Impact Fund selected just three overall winners. Each received £10,000 for their community, but only one walked away with a Living Gallery of their work: Anthony Shintai Amao, with his impressive celebration of Birmingham’s Break Mission.

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A4 Poster - AEROBREAKS VERSIONHippodrome CREATIVE is working with Break Mission to help young people aged 14-25 increase their fitness and develop their break dance skills.

Funded by Sport England, our AeroBreaks project offers free, weekly break dance classes where young people can explore their interest in hip-hop culture by working with professional artists. The project also offers participants the opportunity to perform at our annual B-SIDE Hip-Hop Festival.

Thursdays 6-8pm

The lighthouse, Alma way.

B19 2 LN

We’re really excited to be working with a range of schools, as well as Break Mission and The Lighthouse Young People’s Centre, to bring break dance classes to enthusiastic young people across Birmingham. The sessions will take place in four locations across the city: three schools* and The Lighthouse. The schools we’re working with are Holte School, Holy Trinity Catholic School, and Four Dwellings Academy, which is also a member of our brand-new Hippodrome Education Network.The fourth set of sessions is open to the public, taking place at The Lighthouse at 6-7.30pm on Thursdays during term time.

We hope to see some of our AeroBreaks participants performing at B-SIDE Hip-Hop Festival 2018, so watch this space!

Source: “AeroBreaks” Break Dance Workshops – Birmingham Hippodrome