Show Producer

World Dance Management produces and directs bespoke dance and music based shows for international casinos, theme parks, leisure attractions, luxury hotel residencies and blue chip corporate clients.

Dance and Fashion

World Dance Management produce dance and fashion based shows for exhibitions, product launches, corporate events, PR launches and one off international events.

Theatre Production Shows and Theme Park Shows

We bring together the greatest dance and vocal talent using our production specialists in sound, design, choreography, artistic direction, costume design, and lighting design. World Dance Management was co-producer for “Against Time’ a collaborative theatre show that toured the UK starring World Street Dance champions Flawless and nine ballerinas from English National Ballet. We also produced Flawless’s UK tour “Chase The Dream” that played over 150 dates across the country. World Dance Management produced the hit dance show “Flash Mob” that played a residency at Sadlers Wells Peacock Theatre in London’s West End and starred dancers from TV dance shows and movies.

For many years we have produced floorshows for international casinos and cruise ships. For the leisure industry we work to a specific brief to create bespoke shows for theme parks and attractions including as Thorpe Park, Alton Towers, Chessington World of Adventures and Blackpool Tower for Merlin Entertainments.

Casino Show Producers

World Dance Management provided the resident floor show for the Pestana Groups Casino Da Madeira for four years and we have also provided floorshows for Europe’s largest casino in Athens specifically for high rollers and VIP clients. We work to the clients’ brief and budget to create a show with a professional and experienced cast, spectacular costumes and production.

Corporate Events

World Dance Management and our sister company Showbizworks work together to create full stage shows and entertainment programmes for corporate events, product launches and conferences. Working to specific briefs, objectives and audience profile, we have created circus themed entertainment for Costcutters, taken knights on horseback into a PR building in central London for the launch of a new cheese by St Agur and created a spectacular Las Vegas floorshow for a European client in a 1000 seat venue. Themes for our shows have included Divas, Vogue, Music Through the Decades, Around The World, Burlesque, Venetian Masquerade and many more.

World Dance Management Theatre Shows

Chase The Dream
Starred: Flawless and English National Ballet
Toured UK over 150 dates.

Chase The Dream was an inspirational show, with choreography by Marlon ‘Swoosh’ Wallen and the boys in Flawless. Their first theatre show was launched at the Edinburgh Fringe where it played to sell out audiences. The concept encouraged the audience to follow their dreams, never give up and to know that anything is possible.

“The 10 young black men of the ensemble are masters of the style at its most demanding. Their sense of rhythm, their response to the bold, unrelenting music that they use, are prodigious. The dance sits exactly on its score, its subtleties of pace and accent brilliantly shaped in movement. And its demands for virtuoso decoration are met by the spins, the running falls, the microsecond and astounding physicalities and subtle rhythms of the movement. ….I much admired the show.”
Clement Crisp, Financial Times

Against Time
Starred: Flawless and English National Ballet
Toured UK played over 50 dates

Against Time was choreographed by Marlon ‘Swoosh’ Wallen from Flawless and Jenna Lee from English National Ballet. The story followed young students in a dance college who were being threatened by an embittered professor whose sole purpose was to stop time and prevent the students from dancing.

The ENB girls look fabulous and acquit themselves with predictable élan, Flawless’s strength, speed and musicality are as impressive as ever’
The Daily Telegraph

Viva Paradis
Venue: Casino Da Madeira

This spectacular floorshow was visually stunning with breath-taking costumes and some of the most experienced singers and dancers. The hour long show included several different languages, with hit songs from around the world and therefore had a very broad appeal to all ages and nationalities.

I cannot remember the last time the Casino presented such a wonderful and engaging dance show. Most dance shows stand out for one particular reason or another. Sometimes, it is the beauty of the dancers that stays in your memory. Sometimes, it is the melodiousness of the songs. Other times, it is the costumes with their sparkle and design that enchant your spirit. Seldom – very seldom indeed, does one get amazed because every single thing that is, in one way or another related to the show is absolutely impeccable. That ‘one in a million’ chance is here.
The Brit newspaper, Madeira.

Flash Mob
Starred: Charlie Bruce, Alleviate, Brosena, The Elektrolytes, R.Elle Niane and Edwar Ramos
Venue: Sadlers Wells Peacock Theatre, West End London
Three week residency

The production celebrated dance as an overall art form without the need to focus on specific genres. Featuring dancers who made their name on TV dance shows such as Sky 1’s Got To Dance, BBC1’s So You Think You Can Dance, MTV’s America’s Best Dance Crew and StreetDance 2 the movie, the show fused contemporary with Celtic, street-dance with Latin and jazz with jump jive with a climactic finale that gets the audience on their feet to join the cast in a giant flash mob.

For every self-indulgent, esoteric, audience alienating dance show ever performed, FLASH MOB is the antidote. This is a dance mob that’s flash-although for flash read talented, hard-working and completely dedicated to their craft. For those who think commercial dance means leaving your artistry at the door, then the acts brought together to create FLASH MOB are ready to prove you wrong.
5* Kelly Apter, The Scotsman

“The bouncy, aspirational style of the show is hard to resist. The evening I saw it, one small child refused to leave her spot as the theatre emptied, still rapturously going through the FLASH MOB dance.”
The Guardian

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