IT'S "easily the best amateur dance show you'll probably ever see" and it's coming to Lochgelly this weekend.

After winning world titles and performing at the British Grand Prix, which was watched by millions of people, the homecoming gig will give friends and family the chance to see just how good the street crews are.

The Company School of Dance, based in Crosshill, will strut their stuff at Lochgelly Centre on Friday and Saturday and there are still some tickets left.

Co-owner, Ashleigh Yule, told the Times: "It's our first ever theatre show.

"We've had lots of competitions and success and now it's time to show everyone what we've been working on for the last year.

"We're not long back from the world championships in Blackpool in August, which was incredible.

"There were dancers from more than 40 different countries and we brought home just under 40 titles, 12 first places and two of our teams are world and British champions.

"The baby team, The Company, are our under-8s and they're still unbeaten in competition."

Ashleigh set up the school with best friend Liam McKay, who is also 28, and it specialises in street dance although they teach other styles too such as lyrical, jazz and commercial.

And this weekend's show is titled 'This Is Only The Beginning'.

She said: "It's our first ever show and it's easily the best amateur dance show you'll probably ever see, the kids have worked so hard for this.

"Mr YouTube, who's originally from New York and comes up here to run workshops, has now moved over to the UK and he'll be performing in the show with the kids, which we're so excited about.

"There are definitely nerves, Liam and I have put this whole show together on our own, but there's a lot of excitement too. We can't wait."

Ashleigh continued: "In November it'll be our two year anniversary and it's just been amazing, more than we ever could have imagined.

"We've now got two studios instead of one, we've had to expand as we have a lot of kids from age three and up.

"To open during a pandemic and have more than 60 kids turn up for the open day, it was incredible.

"We have five dance crews, we've made a name for ourselves by winning British and world titles and met lots of new friends along the way."

She added: "The support from the local community has been amazing.

"When we got picked to perform at the Formula 1 British Grand Prix the local businesses were a huge help with our travel costs and being based at BRAG we're so local that the parents can just walk here with their kids."

The shows start at 7pm on Friday and Saturday, with tickets £10 for children and concessions and £14 for adults.

They're available now from the centre and online at