How To Enter


Video entry is open from the 1st October 2019 and will close on the 31st December 2019.  Finalists will be announced on the 1st March 2020 and the live final will be held on the 6th June 2020.

Video submissions for all categories need to be between 2 minutes and 30 seconds to 3 minutes long.  Your video submission must show work on the static and spinning pole and some floor work  (this does not apply for the performance category)

If you are entering the Performance category we ask you to send us a small blurb about the  story of your routine, your video entry needs to be between 2 minutes and 30 seconds and 3 minutes long.

Entry videos must be filmed in one continuous shot, you must NOT send in an edited video.  You must remain in shot at all times and you must stick to the rules of the category you are entering.

Videos are to be uploaded to YouTube and set as unlisted, please email us the link using the form below.

Due to high demand only 20 spaces are available per category in the video heats. You can pay your entrance fee to secure your place, and send your entrance video in later as long as it is submitted before the end of the submission window. This will ensure we are able to properly judge all submissions and compile feedback in a timely manner.

All entrants successful and otherwise will be notified on the 1st March and will be given feedback about their performances soon after.

The top 4 entries from each category will be invited to the live finals. These successful entrants will then have approximately 3 months to perfect their routines for the live finals.

Entrance costs
£16 for individual entries click here to pay

£22 for Doubles/Groups click here to pay 

Please write your name and category in the notes

Entrance fees are non refundable