Annual Awards & Dance Show

Annual Awards & Dance Show

This is the first time we have brought together all the students of Streetz Ahead for an afternoon to celebrate their achievements. The children performed their routines, received a medal and finished off with a celebratory disco. This took place in The Great Hall, Latymer School, Edmonton.

We were also overwhelmed with all the very moving speeches:

Award Winners

Our SAYIT (Streetz Ahead Youth Interactive Team) said:

” I thought it was really good and everyone must of proud of themselves because everyone is a winner.”


“Just wanted to say that today’s award show was very very special. The messages were on point, there was a real feeling of warmth and positivity in the room and the kids as always fabulous.”

Thank you all so much for coming and sharing our year with us, please watch our achievements for 2019!



We are delighted to announce that we will be uploading street dance tutorials with the latest street and hip hop dance moves.


Streetz Ahead’s Got Talent

Streetz Ahead’s Got Talent

Streetz Ahead’s Got Talent on Sunday 14th July 2019 at the Millfield Theatre was a show full of dance, music and songs combined with real life stories of some of our inspirational children. The show was written & directed by Elizabeth Lahav with help from Sherona Knight as choreographer and produced by Olivia Wakeford. Filmed by Bez Gibson and photographed by Natalie Gee. Our fantastic dance teachers for the term were; Mikiel Bruce, Sherona Knight, Tashan Taylor & Taylor Agarrat. Thank you to our dance and performing arts assistants; Amanda Demby, Emilia Bosi, Jack Greaves, Laura Ellis, Sebastian Harry & Shelly Porter. We would also like to thank our backstage team and chaperones for their invaluable help.



“Thank you Liz and Olivia, we absolutely Loved the Streetz Ahead performance today, I loved our kids performance from Osidge Mini but also really enjoyed the other schools acts too, loved the videos of the different schools, really enjoyed learning about the kids and watching videos of why they love dance especially the video messages from the kids, beautiful and emotional videos of the kids who had cancer and from care homes (really brought a tear to my eye!), really beautiful and wonderful stories, this show I liked best because you guys created wonderful stories combined with funny and entertaining talents throughout and the dance just capped it off, brilliant and thoroughly enjoyed, well done for an amazing job (From Mo, Alaras dad in Osidge Mini) 💥👏👏👏🙌🙏😊”

for more testimonials please click here……..

Streetz Ahead’s Got Talent’s Testimonials

Outreach Projects: Dance Diamonds

Outreach Projects: Dance Giants

Inspiring Stories: Denisa

Inspiring Stories: Hazel



This March Streetz Ahead performed at The Millfield Theatre, Enfield with 300 local children, they danced their way through an adaptation of ‘Charlie & The Chocolate Factory’. A story about whether Charlie’s dream comes true as he journeys through the chocolate factory retelling the famous story with an urban twist. Adapted and directed by Elizabeth Lahav.

Streetz Ahead presents ‘Charlie’……

Performing Arts Club

Cast Photos

Charlie Testimonials:

Olivia & Elizabeth you guys really delivered a outstanding performance. You can see the children so enjoy being on stage and being part of something bigger! Great job 

Charlie was great. Much better than I expected, and the use of dance for the scenes was a clever touch. Really enjoyed it – great Sunday evening entertainment 🙂

Found the show colourful, lively and energetic! What a fantastic way for the children to showcase their hardwork. Just wish the children from the schools e.g. Crowland, St Ignatius etc. had a little more time on stage throughout the show.

Amazing tonight! Our first experience of a StreetzAhead show! Fantastic talent, energy and gob-smacking props. Thank you! Kate, Giulia’s mum from Coleridge

Thank you so much for inviting us, we both really enjoyed it!! Was so lovely to see so many kids involved. And omg how cool is Ruby 😁 she’s got such a laid back stage presence it’s hard to imagine she’s only 8!

The show was great 👍 well done!! I loved it! So nice to see it through both my eyes!! There’s some excellent dancers there too! 

@streetzahead I went to watch both shows today and I loved every minute of it !!!  The children have worked so hard and it shows well done to everyone.

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Wolf – Children’s Hip Hop Theatre This February Half Term

Wolf – Children’s Hip Hop Theatre This February Half Term

Leicester Square Theatre – February 2019

Wolf is a fiery explosion of Hip Hop Dance, Physical Theatre and Rap performed by four kids who revitalise the tale of Wolf and the three pigs, with a contemporary new script. Tickets for Leicester Square Theatre are now on sale this February Half Term.

Book Tickets Here

Friday 15th February at 1pm

Saturday 16th February at 11am & 2pm

Sunday 17th February at 11am & 2pm

6 Leicester Place, London, WC2H 7BX, UK

020 7734 2222

Streetz Ahead are venturing out into the world of professional CHILDREN’S THEATRE. Elizabeth Lahav has spent 20 years in community arts teaching 500 children a week.  It is now her intention to use her knowledge and experience to bring inspiring theatre into the public eye with a gutsy show that will send you on a musical roller coaster alongside a story which deals with real life social issues of loss, hope and stereotypes.

Elizabeth, a BAFTA  dance advisor and , puts this unique production together that literally defies all protocols for Children’s Theatre.  Children are so often spoken to and taught by adults, it’s time for children to pass their own messages over to other children.

The dance tricks, original sound track and ‘off the wall’ choreography will send you on a musical roller coaster alongside the story, which deals with real life social issues of loss, hope and stereotyping. This enthralling, inspiring, gutsy show is going to BLOW the house down.

“A tale of true friendship, regardless of backgrounds or superficial stereotypes. Brilliantly performed by these four talented  children in ‘Wolf’ by @streetzahead”

“It was a brilliant show, entertaining both young and old with a powerful positive message. We’ll be back to watch it at the Dugdale Centre!”

“Amazing show – the children are so talented – enjoyed every minute – well done Elizabeth Lahav – very talented lady”

Photos by Leda Omran

Free School Workshops available contact us on
or if you would like further information, please contact Elizabeth Lahav direct on