The Messy Jam (MJ) Dance School
Has been fortunate enough to dance at a number of prestigious dancing events and as a result our reputation and successes now speak for themselves, our most memorable performance being:
The CDI Conference
MJ performed the annual CDI Conference promoting anti-gun and knife crime. The Troupe received the highest of respect and praise from the Organisers. Thames Valley Police and the Youth Service.
Carnival in the Park
MJ in the Summer Screen project and what fantastic projects they have been. The latter performance MJ featured in the pop video with Birmingham music artists KMD and Dewayne” The “D&K Skank” went on to win 1st Prize for the best video. wow again!
GOT TO DANCE
MJ Clowns got through to the first round of GOT TO DANCE, which was absolutely BRILLIANT since we are a dance school that have never been involved in competitions before, what an achievement.
MJ KAOS, PREVIOUSLY KNOWN AS MJ FLIP SQUAD
Were the proud winners of the Birmingham Talent Show and what a victory that was,
this meant that MJ Kaos along with MJ Clown secure a placed to dance
as supporting acts for prestigious Sheisty and Tinchy Stryder. Wow wow wow
Dancin’ in Oxford alongside various prestigous acts
The Seesaw annual fund raising event
The whole school took part in the St Nicholas School Fete,
Oxford United Family Day & Our Lady’s primary School fete
‘B-Dazzled’, a celebration to mark International Woman
The BBC Blast and the GTA ‘break through’ video
The Winter lights in Oxford City Centre
Reading Rockets Basketball Tournaments
MJ Krupt appeared as guest dancers supporting Artist
such as GTA, MC Chipmunk and ‘112’at the Regal Night Club and the Urban Music trio ‘N-DUBZ’ in Bristol
MJ Krupt dance for KHY at Indigo2 in London, supporting TAIO CRUZ, DAY 26, IRONK, FLORIDER, LLOYD & MARCUS HOUSTON,
MJ Honeyz were supporting dancers at Regal Club in Oxford For JEDWOOD
In addition to this, Messy Jam Dance School has appeared in the local Oxford Mail on at least fourteen occasions. Messy Jam has also been reported in the Blackbird Leys and Barton Community News letters during the course of the years.