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Pro Dance News 11th Sept 2023

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Strictly It Takes Two makes a dazzling return to BBC Two in autumn 2023.

Strictly It Takes Two makes a dazzling return to BBC Two in autumn 2023.

The countdown to all the behind-the scenes glamour and gossip is on as Strictly It Takes Two returns to BBC Two at 6.30pm on 25 September. Fans can look forward to an exciting season, featuring dynamic duo Janette Manrara and Fleur East.

Fleur will bring her infectious energy to the It Takes Two stage. With her unique perspective as a Strictly finalist, Fleur is poised to offer insightful commentary and exclusive behind-the-scenes glimpses alongside Janette, a former professional dancer on Strictly Come Dancing.

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Janette’s wealth of experience on the dance floor has made her a popular figure amongst contestants and viewers alike and she is ready once more to offer engaging interviews with this series’ celebrities and professional dancers.

Joanne Clifton will be back to front Choreography corner but this time she is tag-teaming with her brother Kevin Clifton. They will be breaking down how you can recreate some Fab-U-Lous dance moves at home and analysing the weekends dance moves.

Janette shares: “I’m home! I’m loving being back with the Strictly family, there’s really nothing like it! I am ready to get stuck into this year’s It Takes Two, especially with the addition of Fleur who I’m SO excited to work with. This year is sure to be an exceptional one, so I really can’t wait to get started.”

Fleur comments: “It’s finally here! I’m so excited to be part of the Strictly family once again and work with Janette on such an amazing show. I loved my experience on the show last year and so it’s a dream to now be presenting it. I can’t wait to get to work on showing everyone the behind-the-scenes world of Strictly, along with meeting all our amazing celebs and pros!”

Eve Winstanley, Executive Producer for BBC Studios and Strictly It Takes Two says “We’re ready for another fabulous year of Strictly It Takes Two! This year you can expect the usual behind-the-scenes exclusives, dance analysis and of course, interviews with our exceptional line up. Janette and Fleur will be a fantastic duo that I’m sure everyone at home will adore.”

The return of Strictly It Takes Two marks the beginning of an exciting journey filled with rhinestones, twirls, and surprises. Don’t miss a beat as Janette and Fleur guide viewers through the glitz and glamour of Strictly Come Dancing.

Strictly It Takes Two is a BBC Daytime Commission. The commissioning Editor is Alex McLeod, the Executive Producer for BBC Studios is Eve Winstanley and the Series Producers are Sonal Patel and Judith Hay.

Audiences can watch Strictly It Takes Two every weekday at 6.30pm on BBC Two and BBC iPlayer.


Warner Hotels launches Strictly Come Dancing staycations – with live dance lessons from the professionals.

Warner Hotels launches Strictly Come Dancing staycations – with live dance lessons from the professionals.

STRICTLY Come Dancing fans can wear their dancing shoes for a one-of-a-kind staycation next year.

BBC Studios has launched a new exclusive partnership with Warner Hotels, where you’ll get the chance to get up close and personal with some of the world’s most renowned professional dancers. A weekend packed with breathtaking dancing performances by Stricly’s professionals, accompanied by live musical performances by the show’s own stars. Think Tommy Blaize, Lance Ellington and Patrick Smyth with the beautiful backgrounds of the hotels.

The immersive breaks will get you moving to the beat of the legendary show, whether you’re a seasoned dancer or want to have fun on the dance floor. You’ll have the chance to dance with some of the show’s best dancers, such as Dianne Buswell, Amy Dowden, Graziano Di Prima, Nikita Kuzmin, and Neil Jones. From the secrets of ‘paso double’ and the ‘cha cha’, these professionals will teach a series of dance courses that will be open to dancers of all experience levels.

Check out the Strictly Come Dancing breaks at Warner Hotels here.

And then, you’ll dance the night away with the celebrations set to last until the early morning hours.

There will also be meet & greets to speak to some of your dance idols and take pictures of priceless moments.


Protesters halt Romeo + Juliet at Sadler’s Wells.

Protesters halt Romeo + Juliet at Sadler's Wells.

Protesters halted a performance of Romeo + Juliet at Sadler’s Wells in London as they took to the stage holding a banner that read “drop Barclays sponsorship”

An audience member, who wished to remain anonymous, said five protesters on stage chanted the slogan while at least one more to the side of the stage held a light. The disruption took place during the evening performance of Matthew Bourne’s Romeo + Juliet on August 31, just before the beginning of the second half of the show. The protesters were on stage for about 10 minutes before they were removed by security personnel, the audience member said.

An organisation called Fossil Free London, which campaigns against fossil fuel corporations, has taken responsibility for the protest against Barclays, which funds oil pipelines. Barclays provides sponsorship to Sadler’s Wells that funds the venue’s Barclays Dance Pass, which provides £10 tickets to 16 to 30 year olds.

Fossil Free London said on Twitter/X: “We’ve just disrupted a performance of Romeo and Juliet at Sadler’s Wells theatre, telling them to drop @Barclays dirty oil sponsorship!

“It’s time to get #OilyMoneyOut of our arts, our city and our futures.”

The audience member at the performance told The Media: “I booked £15 tickets and would likely have not gone to the show at full price. So, while I have a very vague knowledge of the finances of arts venues, I assume without a Barclays subsidy it may not have been possible for me to see that show, or others who may not otherwise go to a ballet performance for various socio-economic reasons.

“Barclays wouldn’t be on my Christmas card list though, and I fully respect [the campaigners’] right to protest and raise awareness of it.”

Arts venues have come under increasing pressure in recent years to drop oil and gas sponsors, with the Royal Shakespeare Company severing ties with BP in 2019 after nine years.

A spokesperson for the venue said: “Sadler’s Wells Theatre was targeted by a protest during a performance of the sell-out season of Romeo + Juliet tonight. Protesters were promptly ejected and the performance successfully restarted to audience cheers.”

The spokesperson continued: “We respect the right of individuals to air views on these matters, but a disruption to dedicated young dancers and musicians at an eagerly awaited performance during this sell-out run is wholly unacceptable, and we are supporting police to investigate the matter.”

A Barclays spokesperson said: “We believe that Barclays can make the greatest difference as a bank by working with customers and clients as they transition to a low-carbon business model, focussing on facilitating the finance needed to change business practices and scale new green technologies.

“This includes many oil and gas companies that are critical to the transition, and have committed significant resources and expertise to renewable energy. Where companies are unwilling to reduce their emissions consistent with internationally accepted pathways, they may find it difficult to access financing, including from Barclays.”

The spokesperson added that it was one of the “first banks to set an ambition to become net zero by 2050” adding that “[it is] clear that addressing climate change is an urgent and complex challenge”.


Aston Merrygold and The Vivienne to star in The Wizard of Oz at Liverpool Empire.

Aston Merrygold and The Vivienne to star in The Wizard of Oz at Liverpool Empire..

The hit staging of The Wizard of Oz has revealed casting for its six-week first stop on its major tour – which comes following its summer season at The London Palladium.

Featuring numbers from the iconic original score by Harold Arlen and E Y Hardburg, including “Over The Rainbow”, “Follow The Yellow Brick Road” and “We’re Off To See the Wizard”, the musical also has additional songs from Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice.

It received a glowing review in Leicester from WhatsOnStage, being described as “sheer theatrical wizardry and far too good to miss.”

Directed by Nikolai Foster (Billy Elliot The Musical, A Chorus Line), The Wizard of Oz has choreography by Shay Barclay, set design by Colin Richmond, projection design by Douglas O’Connell, costume and puppet designer by Rachael Canning, lighting design by Ben Cracknell, sound design by Adam Fisher, creative consultancy by Mark Kaufman, musical direction and supervision by George Dyer, casting by Debbie O’Brien, props supervision by Marcus Hall Props, and wigs, hair and make-up design by Elizabeth Marini.

The show will open with a festive season at Liverpool Empire from 13 December 2023 to 7 January 2024, ahead of the tour visiting (with additional tour stops confirmed today) Oxford, Southampton, Hull, Sheffield, Canterbury, Edinburgh, Southend, Norwich, Llandudno, Bradford, Plymouth, Bristol, Nottingham, Newcastle, Manchester, Woking, Belfast, Aberdeen, Milton Keynes, Cardiff, Wolverhampton and Sunderland.

Appearing in the show in Liverpool will be JLS and Strictly star Aston Merrygold, taking on the role of the Tin Man, while original champion of the first season of RuPaul’s Drag Race UK The Vivienne will take on the role of the Wicked Witch of the West. Further casting for Liverpool, and for all roles for the remainder of the tour, will be revealed soon.

Merrygold said today: “Liverpool is such a special place to me and my family, it was only a year ago that I got married there! The Wizard of Oz is such an iconic story with such timeless characters and audiences of any age will delight in this new production full of laughter, excitement and a lot of colour. I can’t wait to return to the city for a fantastic festive season this Christmas as The Tin Man, it’s going to be incredible!”

The Vivienne added: “It is quite literally a dream come true to be asked to play the Wicked Witch of the West and to bring this amazing character to life this Christmas. The Wizard of Oz means everything to me, it’s the ultimate story of overcoming adversity. I first saw the movie aged five and I’ve probably seen it about one hundred times since. I played The Tin Man at primary school and got to skate to “Over The Rainbow: on Dancing on Ice so it’s fair to say I’ve had a life-long love affair with the story.

“Your favourite characters are all there, telling the story you know and love … but with SO much more added to this new production. Prepare to be whisked into an amazing new world of colour. Performing in Liverpool is always a complete joy, and this will actually be my first-time stepping foot on the Empire stage after years of seeing productions there, so it’s a complete honour!”

The Wizard of Oz on tour is presented Michael Harrison, Gavin Kalin Productions, David Mirvish, Crossroads Live, Tulchin Bartner Productions, Nick Thomas, Rupert Gavin and Mallory Factor, Jake Hine and Playing Field, by arrangement with the Really Useful Group Ltd.


Frozen to extend its West End run into summer 2024.

Frozen to extend its West End run into summer 2024

Frozen continues its success at Theatre Royal Drury Lane, extending its run once more.

The current cast of the show is Jenna Lee-James as Elsa, who replaces Samantha Barks during her maternity leave, Emily Lane (Anna), Djavan van de Fliert (Kristoff), Craig Gallivan (Olaf), Oliver Ormson (Hans), Richard Frame (Duke of Weselton), and alternating the role of Sven, Mikayla Jade and Ashley Birchall(alternating the role of Sven), with Rhianne Alleyne, Marianne Bardgett, Jeremy Batt, Danny Becker, Rebecca Botterill, Char Burnett (Bulda), Collette Coleman, Laura Emmitt, Davide Fienauri, Jemal Felix, Jordan Fox, Molly Francis, Matt Gillett, Ben Irish (Pabbie), Justin-Lee Jones, Aoife Kenny, Jordan Livesey, Joshua Robinson, Harriet Samuels, Jacqui Sanchez (Queen Iduna), Isabella Glanznig Santos, Jak Skelly (Oaken/Bishop), Kerry Spark (King Agnarr), Caitlin Tipping, Rodney Vubya, Anna Woodside, and Luke Fraser Yates.

The cast from 27 September is Jenna Lee-James (Elsa), Laura Dawkes (Anna), Jammy Kasongo (Kristoff), Craig Gallivan (Olaf), Oliver Ormson (Hans), Richard Frame (Duke of Weselton); and alternating the role of Sven, Mikayla Jade and Ashley Birchall. Continuing as part of the ensemble are Rhianne Alleyne, Marianne Bardgett, Rebecca Botterill, Gabrielle Cocca, Laura Emmitt, Jemal Felix,Jordan Fox, Molly Francis, Matt Gillett, Dominic Adam Griffin, Jordan Livesey, Isabella Glanznig Santos, Ben Irish (Pabbie), Justin-Lee Jones, Aoife Kenny, Harriet Samuels, Jacqui Sanchez (Queen Iduna), Jak Skelly (Oaken/Bishop, Caitlin Tipping, Anna Woodside, and Rodney Vubya; who will be joined by Oliver Brenin, Ashley J Daniels (King Agnarr), Lizzy-Rose Esin-Kelly (Bulda), George Hinson, Jonathan Milton, and Ed Wade.

The show is said to have broken box office records for the venue across the months of November and December, as well as during the festive period last year. It is now booking until June 2024, with booking for new dates from Friday 15 September at 10am.

Based on the seminal Disney film (which celebrates its 10th anniversary this year), the piece follows two sisters grappling with the death of their parents and the presence of the elder’s ice powers. It has music and lyrics by Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez, book by Jennifer Lee, and is directed by Michael Grandage.


Musical theatre star Zoe Birkett to host UK Theatre Awar

Musical theatre star Zoe Birkett to host UK Theatre Awards next month.

Musical theatre performer Zoe Birkett has been announced to host this year’s UK Theatre Awards, taking place on October 8 at London’s Guildhall.

The awards honour achievements in theatre throughout England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland by UK Theatre members.

Birkett, who is currently in rehearsals for The Witches at the National Theatre, has previously performed in West End shows The Great British Bake Off Musical, Moulin Rouge!, and Thriller Live.

Birkett, who came fourth in the first series of Pop Idol, has presented award shows before, including the Top of the Pops Awards, CD:UK, and Ant and Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway.

Claire Walker, co-chief executive of Society of London Theatre and UK Theatre, said: “We’re so pleased to announce Zoe Birkett as our host for the 2023 UK Theatre Awards. Her incredible career in the arts and experience in touring theatre productions make her the perfect presenter for this year’s ceremony.

“We are looking forward to celebrating another fantastic year of theatre across the UK. After challenging times in recent years, it’s never been more important to honour our national members for their incredible productions, and the contributions they make to their local communities.”

Full nominations for the 2023 UK Theatre Awards are to be announced on September 14.


General News & Sighting

  • Strictly won the NTV award for “Best Talent Show”.
  • The touring production of “Shrek the Musical” had to cancel a tour stop in Carlisle after the venue found traces of RAAC.
  • The BBC aired a Panorama special on “The Dark Side Of Ballet Schools” which spoke to more than 50 ex-students of the Royal Ballet School and Elmhurst Ballet.
  • Zoe Birkett will host this year’s UK Theatre Awards on the 8th of October at London’s Guildhall.
  • Oti Mabuse announced that she is expecting a baby.
  • Olivia Beckford launched her new book “Dance your way to success: reach your dream as a professional dancer”. It is available on Amazon.
  • London will host the Margot Fonteyn International Ballet Competition 2023 from the 21st to the 29th of October.
  • “Moulin Rouge” revealed its new West End company. Tanisha Spring will play Satine and Don Simpson will play Christian. We spotted Erin Bell, Charlotte Gooch, Katie Deacon, Natorii Illidge, Melissa Nettleford & Sasha Woodward among the new cast members, who will start on the 16th of October. The Dance Captain is Catrin Thomas and the choreography is by Sonya Tayeh.
  • Drew McOnie announced that his “Nutcracker” will open at the Southbank Centre in London on the 28th of October. It will star Rachel Muldoon.
  • “Cake: The Marie Antoinette Playlist” has confirmed its full cast. It will star Zizi Strallen and Renee Lamb with Travis Kerry as Dance Captain. The show opens at the Lyric Theatre in London on the 20th of September. It has choreography by Drew McOnie.
  • A new musical from “Six” creators Toby Marlow and Lucy Moss is to have ticketed workshops at Sadlers Wells from the 6th until the 10th of September. The choreography is by Ellen Kane, Sara Aniqah Malik and Michael Naylor.
  • “Six” has announced a new West End cast: Nikki Bentley, Theo Therese Nguyen, Kayleigh McKnight, Reca Oakley, Inez Budd & Janiq Charles. The Dance Captain is Gabriella Stylianou. The choreography is by Carrie-Anne Ingrouille.
  • A new cast has been announced for “Mamma Mia” in the West End, which will take over on the 9th of October.
  • The “Madagascar the Musical” tour unveiled its new cast. It will star Karim Zeroual and Jarnelia Richard Noel. The choreography is by Fabian Aloise. The show will open in Plymouth on the 20th of October.
  • Megan Hilty and Jennifer Simard will headline the world premiere of the new musical “Death Becomes Her” at the Cadillac Palace Theatre in Chicago on the 30th of April. The choreography is by Christopher Gattelli.

        Future Dance Events News

        • “Wicked” has announced the full cast for its tour of the UK and Ireland. We spotted Charlotte Coggin, Aine Curran, Jade Davies, Maddison Firth, Shoko Ito and Will Luckett among the cast members. The tour will open on the 7th of December at Edinburgh.
        • Full casting has been revealed for the first UK and Ireland tour of “Aladdin”. Gavin Adams will star with Desmonda Cathabel as Jasmine. Sarah Benbelaid is the Assistant Dance Captain. The show will open in Edinburgh in October.
        • The full cast has been announced for “The Witches” musical at the National Theatre in London. The choreography is by Stephen Mear and Ebony Molina. It will open on the 7th of November.
        • The 2024 Mighty Hoopla Big Weekender has announced its line up led by: Natalie Imbruglia, Cascada and Gabrielle.
        • “Treason The Musical” confirms its initial touring cast. It will star Nicole Raquel Dennis, Joe McFadden and Emilie Louise Israel and open at the Edinburgh Festival theatre on the 25th of October.
        • New British musical “Kin” is to have a staged concert at Theatro Technis in London from the 1st to the 4th of November. It will star Joseph Peacock.
        • The full company has been confirmed for the new International tour of “Hamilton” which will commence in Manila on the 17th of September. The cast is led by Jason Arrow as Alexander Hamilton.
        • “An Officer and a Gentleman” is set to embark on a new tour in February 2024 starting in Birmingham. The choreographer is Joanna Goodwin.
        • Leeds Playhouse will stage “Oliver” in the round from the 27th of November until the 27th of January 2024.
        • “Diana the Musical” will open at the Eventim Apollo in Hammersmith, London, on the 4th of December. It will star Kerry Ellis and Maiya Quansah-Breed.
        • “Standing at the Sky’s Edge” will run at the Gillian Lynne theatre from the 8th of February 2024. The choreography is by Lynne Page.
        • New musical “Lizzie” has confirmed its tour dates plus a London run. It will open at the Hope Mill theatre in Manchester on the 30th of September with Lauren Drewvill playing Lizzie Borden. The associate choreographer is Yandass Ndlovu.
        • “Chitty Chitty Bang Bang” will embark on a UK tour from April 2024, opening in Southampton on the 30th of April 2024. The choreography is by Karen Bruce.
        • “Shucked” will open in the West End in 2024. The choreographer is Sarah O’Gleby.
        • The musical “Bonnie & Clyde” will be heading off on a tour of UK and Ireland in 2024, opening in Manchester on the 19th of March. It is directed and choreographed by Nick Winston.
        • “Come From Away” announced a UK and Ireland tour beginning in Leicester on the 1st of March 2024. The production is being cast by Pippa Ailion and Natalie Gallacher. The choreography is by Tara Wilkinson and Kirsty Malpas with Richard Hinds.
        • Manchester’s Hope Mill theatre will stage the world premiere of “To Wong Foo – The Musical”, based on the 1995 film, on the 21st of October. The cast and creative team is to be announced. The casting is by Sarah Leung.
        • “Hadestown” will open at the Lyric Theatre in the West End on the 10th of February 2024. The choreographer is David Neumann.
        • The Chaka Khan musical “I’m Every Woman” announced plans to open in London. It will workshop in the West End in November. The director will be Racky Plews.
        • The new musical “Starter for Ten” will premiere in Bristol next year at the Old Vic theatre from the 29th of February until the 30th of March 2024.
        • “The King And I” will return to the West End in early 2024 starring Helen George and Darren Lee.
        • “Sister Act – The Musical” will return to the Dominion theatre in the West End on the 15th of March 2024. It will star Beverley Knight and Alexandra Burke. The choreography is by Alistair David.
        • The lead cast has been unveiled for “We Will Rock You” opening in the West End. It will star Lee Mead and Brenda Edwards.
        • The upcoming “Wicked” tour has announced its lead casting. Laura Pick will play Elphaba. The show will open in Edinburgh on the 7th of December. The choreography is by Wayne Cilento.
        • “Jesus Christ Superstar” will tour the UK in 2023/4 opening in Manchester this September. The choreography is by Drew McOnie.
        • “The Wizard of Oz” will embark on a UK tour at Liverpool Empire on the 13th of December. The choreography is by Shay Barclay.

          Auditions & Vacancies

          • Morvell Dance is looking for 3 female dancers. The audition is at the Place in London on the 7th of October from 2.00 – 7.00pm. For more information, contact:
          • The London Cabaret Club have auditions for dancers on the 17th of September with registration at 11.00 am. See the website for more details:
          • The Place in London is looking for dancers to become Trainee Dance Teachers in their Partners Schools Project. Have a look at the website for details.
          • Ryan Jenkin’s iD is holding an audition on the 17th of September to become an iD company dancer. Visit the iD company website for more details:
          • The Thea Barnes Legacy Fund has bursaries of up to £2,300 to support dancers looking to accelerate their careers in the UK. The deadline for applications is the 15th of October. For more information visit:
          • “Beetlejuice” is looking for dancers in New York. Get more details on:
          • Addict Dance Academy is hiring an Acting teacher. For more information, contact:
          • Rouge in Las Vegas is looking for male dancers. Contact:
          • Birmingham Royal Ballet is looking for a repetiteur. Have a look at the company website for details.

          Dance Classes

          • Renako McDonald has a workshop on the 17th of September at the Place in London from 11.00 am – 2.00 pm. Contact Renako on: for more details.
          • Lil J is offering a sassy Commercial class at the Pineapple Dance Studios on Tuesdays at 4.15 pm. You can book on the Pineapple app.
          • Ellie Fergusson and Jenni Inglis have a dance workshop on the 24th of September at Broughton High School. To book, email:
          • Mica Bradbury, First Artist with the Royal Ballet, has a Don Quixote workshop on the 17th of September at the Royal Opera House from 10.30 – 1.00 pm (for 9 – 11 year olds) and 1.45 – 4.45 pm (for 12 – 17 year olds). For more details and to book, contact:
          • Royal Ballet dancer Sophie Allnatt is doing a ballet workshop on the 24th of September at the Thorpe Hall School in Essex. Contact Sophie on:
          • Amy Ireland is offering a Beginners Tap class at Pineapple Dance Studios on Fridays at 10.15 am and a Commercial Tap class on Mondays at 8.30 pm.
          • Dominique Marinho is teaching a Beginners Heels class on Tuesdays at Pineapple Studios from 3.45 – 4.45 pm from the 1st of August.
          • Jaye Richard Noel is starting a Commercial Hip Hop class from 8.00 – 9.30 pm on Wednesdays at Gymbox in Holborn. You can book via:
          • Natalie Twist has a “Sexy R n B” class every Wednesday from 8.00 – 9.00 pm at the Pineapple Dance Studios.
          • Olivia Rose Shouler is doing a beginners choreography class on Wednesday from 7.00 – 8.25 pm at the Base Studios in London.
          • Daniela Fabbricatore is teaching at the CYD Super Convention on the Sunday: 9.00 am Jazz Fusion Advanced, 11.00 am Tap Intermediate & 2.00pm Jazz.
          • Anna Maria Barber is doing a Choreography class at Flow Dance in Oval every Tuesday from 7.00 – 8.30 pm.
          • Hannah O’Brian is giving a Heels class on Wednesdays from 7.00 – 8.00 pm in Chelmsford. DM Hannah on her Instagram for details.
          • Gemma Hoddy is giving a class at Base Studios on Thursdays from 5.30 – 6.55 pm.
          • Nicolette Whitley is offering a dance class on Thursdays from 6.15 – 7.15 pm at the Inner Space in Nelwyn for £7. Reserve your space on:
          • Anita Mannings has a Contemporary Jazz Class (Int) on Wednesdays from 8.30 – 9.55 pm at the Flow Dance Studios in Oval.
          • Emma Levene is offering a General Ballet Core and Stretch Contemporary class at Forest Gate Community School on Thursdays from 7.00 – 8.00 pm. Email to book:
          • Michael Naylor is teaching a class on Thursdays at the Base Dance Studios from 2.30 – 4.00 pm. Book via the Base app.
          • Alexandre Novelli is offering a Beginners Commercial for Adults class every Tuesday at her Novelli Studios from 6.00 – 7.00 pm.
          • Nafisah Baba is teaching a weekly Lyrical Contemporary Intermediate / Advanced class at Danceworks in London every Tuesday from 8.00 – 9.30 pm.
          • Lucy Jane Adcock is teaching a Show Tap class at Base Dance Studios on Wednesdays at 11.30 am.
          • Poppy Tremlett is offering an Improvers Choreography class at Base Dance Studios on Tuesdays from 8.30 – 10.00 pm.
          • Rachel Bolsworth is teaching an Absolute Beginners Heels class from 7.00 – 8.00 pm on Tuesdays and an Improvers Beginners Heels class on Monday from 8.30 – 9.30 pm at Pineapple Dance Studios.
          • Hannah Cleeve is giving a Heels Technique class on Wednesdays from 1.00 – 2.30 pm each week at the Base Dance Studios.
          • Kamila Zalewska is teaching at the Base Studios in London on Mondays from 4.00 – 5.25 pm for intermediate/advanced level. Book on the Base app.

          Film & TV

          • Short film “The Rose” won Best Animation at the Experimental Dance & Music Film Festival 2023. It starred and was choreographed by Chrissy Brooke.
          • “Barbie” is officially Warner Bros’ highest grossing movie ever.
          • We spotted Julia Zytho, Sophia Turner, Ashleigh Honeyghan & Charlotte Anderson performing with Shirin David at the Mercedes Benz Arena in Berlin.
          • We spotted Julia Ruiz Fernandez in 2 new movie releases: “Fast & Furious X The Fast Saga” and “Red, White and Royal Blue” on Amazon. Julia ia also performing in “La Bamba” on tour.
          • We spotted Shani Sweetnam performing in Sydney at the World Cup closing ceremony.
          • We spotted Autumn Miller dancing with Beyonce on The Renaissance Tour in the States.

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