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PRESS RELEASE: FLASH MOB transfers to London's Peacock Theatre 16 October - 4 November 2012

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Peacock Theatre, WC2A 2HT

Tuesday 16 October – Sunday 4 November 2012

Performances at 7.30pm

Tickets: £12 - £38

Ticket Office: 0844 412 4322 www.sadlerswells.com


“For those who think commercial dance means leaving your artistry at the door, FLASH MOB is ready to prove you wrong” ««««« The Scotsman


After a sell-out run and five star reviews at the Edinburgh International Festival, FLASH MOB transfers to London’s West End at the Peacock Theatre, 16 October – 4 November 2012.


FLASH MOB is a multi-genre dance spectacular featuring the talented performers from some of television's best reality dance shows. The production presents an electric mix of dance styles. Latin meets lockin’, contemporary goes Celtic and jazz joins jump jive in a full evening performance that will literally have the audience on their feet and dancing in the aisles.


A new addition for the West End performances, headlining the show will be Charlie Bruce, the winner of the BBC’s hugely successful prime-time dance contest So You Think You Can Dance?


FLASH MOB is packed with energy as stars from Sky One’s Got To Dance, BBC’s So You Think You Can Dance? and MTV’s America’s Best Dance Crew take to the stage for the first showcase of its kind for reality TV dance performers.


Created by acclaimed Artistic Director Gary Lloyd, who has choreographed and directed Thriller Live in the West End and worked with international stars including Will Young and Girls Aloud as well working on The X-Factor and the Royal Variety Performance, FLASH MOB is a feel-good production that is the ideal family show.


Joining Charlie Bruce on stage are also hip hop crew The Elektrolytes, the current reigning champions of America’s Best Dance Crew, who are visiting the UK for the first time since their victory, contemporary dance duo Alleviate and Irish dancers Brosena, both featured on Sky’s Got To Dance.

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