Move to the beat of a true Londoner, the interdisciplinary dancer Valerie Ebuwa. Find out what challenges she faced to get to where she is today, how her dance journey began, what drives her to move and what makes dance inseparable to our humanity.
“Music is probably the reason why I move. A good song can turn any day for me, it just makes me feel joyous.” -Valerie Ebuwa
Valerie Ebuwa is a freelance dance artist, writer and model based in London. She started her training at Lewisham College before obtaining a BA HONS degree from London Contemporary Dance School. Amongst others she’s recently worked with; Vincent Dance Theatre, Clod Ensemble, Protein Dance, Grace Nicol, Holly Blakey, Eddie Peake, Tom Dale and Rhiannon Faith. She was recently featured in Crack Magazine about her work in the London Dance scene. As well as her blog, Valerie writes for I am Hip Hop magazine; a printed and online publication championing Hip Hop culture. She is a panel member, host and mentor of Woman SRSLY; a female-led performance platform, which has recently been featured in i-D magazine, Ladybeard Magazine, It's Nice That, Run-riot and Timeout.
Find out more on her website
“I can’t imagine doing anything else”