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Theatrefullstop team up with acclaimed choreographer and dancer Ash Mukherjee to present a Bharatanatyam workshop at this year’s MOVE IT!

MOVE IT 2016 makes a welcome return, as it will yet again showcase the wealth of dance talent prevalent in the UK. The UK’s biggest dance festival, the multi-faceted event allows for revellers to watch a range of dance acts on the main stage, as well as take part in dance classes and performing arts workshops. Theatrefullstop are also glad to announce that we will also be taking part in this year’s festival, collaborating with renowned choreographer and dance Ash Mukherjee to deliver a Bharatanatyam workshop like no other!

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WIN TICKETS TO MOVE IT 2016!

The UK’s biggest dance event is back!

MOVE IT 2016 will be taking place between 18th – 20th March at ExCel London and will feature dance classes, workshops, performances, career advice, shopping and much more! This is THE event for dancers of all levels to celebrate, learn and collaborate on all things dance related.

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Among some of the amazing headliners this year will be Flawless, Twist and Pulse,  Swing UK and Elena Glurjidze – to name just a few. They’ll also be classes for different levels, from Beginners Ballet with the Royal Academy of Dance to Physical Theatre and Movement with READ college. Theatrefullstop have even teamed up with Ash Mukherjee to host a Bharatanatyam workshop on Saturday 19th March! And if that’s not enough you can shop ’til you drop at one of the many stalls available including Bloch UK and Dancers Box. There really is something for everyone!

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Wild Card: Seeta Patel @ the Lilian Baylis Studio Review

Wild Card at Sadler’s Wells is a series of evenings that unveil new perspectives of dance making by allowing artists to present new work that is meaningful to them. Seeta Patel chooses to bring to the audiences the Indian classical dance style of Bharatanatyam. Though born and raised in the UK and with a background in contemporary dance, Patel is passionate about this South Indian style of dancing.

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