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We are running a Dance Workshop on 17th August 2014 with Dougie Squires OBE. 


 


Brookside Pavilion, Ladybridge Lane, BL1 5DE


 


You will get the chance to work with some big names in the dance world from Dougie Squires OBE teaching them the history of dance, to learning a big number with Anthony Johns, a choreographer to the stars!!


 


You will also be taught how to stand out in an audition, how to put show make up on by our very own show girl and get to try the costumes on to see what it feels like to be a star for the day.


 


Whilst this is all going on our very own videographer will be filming the day and this will be turned into a music style video for you to savour the memories! DVD's are available to purchase at a discounted rate along with your ticket for only £8.00 (After or on the day £12.50).


 


Cost per child is just £30 - the event is a full day running from 0930 till 1730.


 


Please be aware that bookings for this event are online only. Book your tickets go to www.trendsentertainment.com


For group booking (over 10 attendees) please call us on 01253 396534


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Hello Trends Entertainment and welcome to the Forum.  Thanks for providing the details of this interesting sounding workshop.

 

Could I please ask you to add a signature to your profile as stated in the Acceptable User Policy

 

"Members who have commercial interests must indicate that by adding a Signature line to their postings, stating the name and type of their business and giving their website and/or business email address for enquiries. (You set up a Signature via My Settings in the dropdown menu under your name.) If members wish to contact businesses, associate schemes or other commercial enterprises this should be done via the vendor’s website or email, not by starting threads on the forum."

 

I have hidden the duplicated posts you have placed in the Performances Seen and News forums.  It is not acceptable to flood the board with duplicate postings.  The Doing Dance Forum is the best place to mention your workshops.

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