ZooNation Dance Company

ZooNation is one of the UK's leading hip hop dance companies. Founded in 2002 by director and choreographer Kate Prince, the company is committed to both creating and performing innovative works of hip hop dance theatre and supporting young people through its hip hop academy, ZooSkool, currently working with over 150 young people aged 4-18 years.

ZooNation's work has included creating the award-winning five star West End show Into the Hoods, and performing at the Official Closing Ceremony of the Beijing Olympics and at Nelson Mandela's 90th Birthday Celebrations in Hyde Park. The company have previously created and performed pieces for some of the most high-profile sporting events in recent years including the Opening Ceremony of the Tour de France, the Official Olympic Celebration and the Olympic Launch, all in Trafalgar Square.

Corporate work has included launching the new Mazda 2 to international Press at the Geneva Motor Show, working with Sony Playstation to create choreography for SingStar, opening the Comfort Prima High Street Fashion Awards at Battersea Evolution, performing at the ICC in Barcelona for Hewlett-Packard and at the Mall of the Emirates in Dubai. Television performances have included Sport Relief (BBC), The Paul O'Grady Show (Channel 4), This Morning (ITV), Graham Norton's When Will I Be Famous (BBC), Blue Peter (BBC), The Late Edition (BBC), Popworld (Channel 4) and Whatever (Sky One). They also created the Levi's idents for Trouble TV's Bump 'n Grind.