Brilliant UK Street Dance Crew
PLAGUE is an all-styles street dance crew that was formed in 2000 and hold prestigious titles including 2x iDance UK Hip Hop Dance Champions, 2x Streetdance XXL UK Champions & Hip Hop International World Champions. Their authentic choreography, which typically incorporates all elements of street dance including hip hop & break dancing, continues to dazzle and amaze audiences at a variety of events.
PLAGUE have an extensive portfolio having featured in performances for Mariah Carey, Kylie Minogue, Alesha Dixon, Lionel Richie, Estelle, Africa Africa, Cirque Du Soleil, Pied Piper, Samsung, Puma, Nike, L’oreal, Juste Debout, UK BBoy Championships, Formula One Grand Prix, Olympics 2008 Closing Ceremony plus many more.
Plague is one of the most respected street dance companies on the planet. Formed in 2000 by Mukhtar Omar Sharif Mukhtar (now a lead dancer and choreographer for Cirque Du Soleil in Las Vegas), the current team features 10 dancers under the direction of original member Brooke Milliner. Known for their combination of incredible choreography and inimitable skill, Plague has a wealth performance and competitive credits.
Plague first competed at the ‘World Hip Hop Dance Championships’ in 2005 as the only UK representatives and won to become the first World Champions from the UK. Upon their return to the Championships in 2011, Plague’s unmistakable approach and loyalty to authentic streetdance styles, coupled with unique choreography by Brooke Milliner (star of the Streetdance 3D movies) earned Plague the Gold Medal position in the finals, and the title of World Hip Hop Dance Champions once again. Plague is still the only UK crew to have ever won the World Hip Hop Championships and to win twice is an astounding achievement! Plague has made history and continues to set the bar for all other crews around the globe.
Plague is well and truly flying the flag for the UK dance scene. A huge inspiration, not just to other dance groups, but also to the rapidly growing popularity of the street dance movement here in the UK, Plague is an unstoppable force!