Bexleyheath youngsters learn spook-tacular dance moves from Diversity star

PUBLISHED: 09:56 01 November 2016 | UPDATED: 10:00 01 November 2016

Halloween at Bexleyheath Broadway

Halloween at Bexleyheath Broadway


The Broadway Shopping Centre ran a series of Halloween-themed events during half term

Youngsters in Bexleyheath learnt some spook-tacular moves from a street dance guru at Broadway Shopping Centre last week.

Nathan Ramsey, member of dance group Diversity, which appeared on Britain’s Got Talent in 2009, ran a series of free street dance workshops with a spooky theme during half-term week.

Youngsters also had their faces made up at the shopping centre’s Halloween grotto, while a fashion show on Saturday displayed a selection of the best autumn and winter designs.

Diversity manager Danielle Banjo said: “The workshops were a huge success. We had more than 100 children turn up each day and sometimes up to 140. Nathan is a great teacher and the children just loved learning the routines and getting the chance to have some free lessons.”

Peter Sedge, general manager at Broadway Shopping Centre, added: “It’s been a great week, both the workshops and the fashion show were real crowd pullers and we’re really pleased so many of our young shoppers were able to join in.”

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