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Momentum has an impressive 22-year history which incorporates memorable performances at Move It, U.Dance, Can You Dance?, National Theatre Connections and Edinburgh Fringe Festival amongst countless others.  


Recognised as one of the UK’s top youth performance companies, Momentum has received a number of impressive awards and accolades, including National Theatre New Views Winners 2018 & 2019, National Theatre Connections Shortlist 2018, BBC Young Dancer Finalist 2017, Rock Challenge Northern Premier Champion and Sky 1 Got to Dance Semi-finalists. 


A tour de force in dance, drama and musical theatre, Momentum are regularly invited to perform at prestigious events. In recent years Momentum have appeared at the National Theatre, ExCeL London, M&S Bank Arena Liverpool, Cast Doncaster, The Alhambra Bradford, Leeds City Varieties and completed their own New York Street Theatre Tour. 


Latest Performances

Under His Eye


An all-female narrative dance based on Margaret Atwood’s ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’


When They Go Low


Performed Dorfman Theatre as part of the National Theatre’s 2018 Connections Festival, ‘When They Go Low’ is a play exploring feminism




A tribute to the American songstress Carole King with a medley of songs from the hit musical ‘Beautiful’


A Series Of Edges


A neo-classical quartet that explores the contours and capabilities of human expressions


Redbrick Studio Sessions


In January 2020, Momentum Voice launched a new video series named ‘Redbrick Studio Sessions’, highlighting the exceptional vocal talents of the CAPA College students


Speak Easy


A high-energy tribute to the 1940s combining jazz, jive, lindy-hop, street and commercial dance




An all-male high-energy dance choreographed by Sadler’s Wells performer Anthony Matsena


Zero for the Young Dudes!


The play written by Alistair McDowall follows the journey of a group of inmates at a bizarre summer camp who are plotting a revolution




Commissioned by the British Council, ‘Rise’ tackles the difficult truths of man-made climate change