The Marquee, Chigwell Hall, IG7 6BD
Teens, we are looking for 4 - 6 young people to take part in our Strictly Dancing Ball.
This is a one-off and very exciting opportunity that will build to an amazing event taking place on 16th June.
It's a fantastic opportunity to learn to dance, to dress up, and perform just like a Strictly Come Dancing star. For the performance, you'll have your costume, tanning and professional hair and make up done.
To take part, you must be able to commit to a minimum of 3 - 6 dance sessions, where you'll be taught the routine. Lessons and rehearsals will be hosted by former Ballroom & Latin American Champion Dancer, Paula Withers, and will take place on a Saturday morning in Enfield (the dates are to be confirmed).
You'll also need to be available for the dress rehearsal on 9th June.
If you'd like to learn to dance with the professionals, please give us a call, drop us an email, or use the "register" button to the right.
** Please note that you will need to be a Teen registered with us to participate in this event.
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