As Strictly Fever grips the nation, now’s your chance to impress the judges by sponsoring a seat at Brighton & Hove’s new dance house.
Hove couple Rosie Wakley and Ali Child began performing as their heroes, Gwen Farrar and Norah Blaney in 2014. They took their show about them to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival to great acclaim. Since then Ali has written a 90,000 word biography of the forgotten pair of lesbian variety stars who were household names in 1924.
Planning a hen party for your best friend or yourself can be a lot of hard work. Many things starts to crop up such as budget, location and accommodation not to mention what the activities are going to be. Having just organised my own hen party, the most important thing is to find an activity which is inclusive and breaks the ice. There will be groups of girls who have never met each other before so finding an something which gets everyone participating in, and most importantly having a good laugh, is ideal.
MyCharleston’s Brighton Fringe event, Ragtime Razzle Dazzle was a great success as we danced and partied through the afternoon. The ambition this year was to shift the emphasis from performance to participation, so we couldn’t be more pleased when we received a review saying, “It was the most glamorous and inclusive dance event at the Spiegeltent”
MOVE IT is the world’s biggest dance event, celebrating all forms of dance and the performing arts across three amazing days. Big names in the dance world grace the stage every year and 2019 was no exception with performances from Strictly Come Dancing power couple Neil and Katya Jones, JLS frontman Aston Merrygold and Greatest Dancer winner Ellie Ferguson. Needless to say that once we had been accepted to perform on the Main Stage and teach at this years show I felt excited, nervous, honoured and a bit sick…