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Divesity star to teach Halloween dance moves in Bexleyheath during half-term

12:20 17 October 2016

Nathan Ramsay of Diversity

Nathan Ramsay of Diversity

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The spooky event starts next week

A Halloween grotto for youngsters to get into the mood of the spooky season will start next week.

During the event, Nathan Ramsay of Diversity will be offering a series of free street dance workshops during the school half term.

Diversity found fame with their dance moves on Britain’s Got Talent back in 2009.

Each workshop will take place every day from 11am to 4pm from Monday to Friday.

Danielle Banjo is mum to Diversity stars Ashley and Jordan.

She said: “We want to take all the traditional elements of Halloween and give them an exciting street dance twist.

“The Grotto will be there from Monday to Friday and as well as making sure the youngsters have fun we’ll be getting organised with the Centre’s fashion retailers so we can showcase their latest looks on Saturday.

The Halloween event starts next week at the Broadway Shopping Centre.

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