Street Dance Sisters follows the lives of Zoe, 16, and Zara, 11, two sisters from Manchester as they get ready to compete against thousands of talented dancers at one of the largest and most competitive street dance competitions in the world.
With their amazing crew, the girls specially choreograph a dance for the competition to shed light on racist attitudes they have personally experienced, and that others around the world continuously face.
Their love of dance takes the girls and their crew around the world. They take to the streets in New York to learn an American style of dance called STEP, that influences their own choreography. And take part in a spur-of-the-moment dance battle against some of New York’s top street dancers at one of the city’s iconic dance studios. They give it everything they’ve got but will they be able to step up to the challenge?
Back home, the girls have to balance the demands of rehearsal with the pressures of school, as well as finding enough time to be normal teens and hang out with their mates. But with a major competition around the corner, will the girls be able to juggle their busy home and school lives as well as turning around the performance of their life?