A DANCE studio in Boscombe is holding a host of virtual urban art classes for young people to take part in during the half term holidays.

Dance For All Studios, on Haviland Road, are presenting a range of street dance, graffiti and beatboxing tutorials for boys and girls aged between nine and 16 via Zoom.

Having already presented online dance lessons from King K and Gemma Hoddy and DJ skills and scratching by DJ X-Rated, the dance studio still have plenty of engaging content for young people to join in with.

Founder of Dance For All Studios Stella Marvis said: “All teachers are well established within the industry and have been teaching for many years.

“Along with the dance element we have rapping and spoken word if your children love to write poems or like to make words rhyme.

“Get your pens and paper ready for a graffiti art class with Pixie London who will be teaching the use of different font styles, creating characters and much more.

“Finally, we know how much young people love to create videos for Tik Tok and other social media platforms so we have also included a class which teaches you how to enhance your videos with special effects.”

The project is supported by Arts Council England and international hip-hop festival Breakin Convention to help keep young people involved with positive activities during half term.

The dance studio will be holding two classes daily during the half term week, from 11.30am to 1.15pm and 2pm to 3.45pm. Sessions cost £6 each or £10 for both.

To sign up, visit www.danceforallstudios.com or call 07881468967.