East Grinstead So You Think You Can Dance – Thursday 6th July 7pm – 8pm Sackville School

East Grinstead So You Think You Can Dance – Thursday 6th July 7pm – 8pm Sackville School

Urban City Street Dance invites you to become part of the movement to help beat cancer sooner.

The local street dance school will be opening its doors next week at Sackville School in East Grinstead as they invite the local community to put on their dancing shoes and join them in supporting Cancer Research UK’s Peter Andre Fund.

Shaun Angel and Jo Ramachandran, the founders of the street dance school are long time supporters of the charity. With close friends and family as well as supporters from the school having been directly affected by cancer, Shaun and Jo wanted to contribute to the vital work that the charity conducts and are looking to also highlight the importance of early diagnosis.

Expressing the school’s desire to highlight the fund, Urban City’s creative director and choreographer Shaun Angel says:

“Cancer Research is a charity that is especially close to so many of us and resonates with all of us here at Urban City. The work of the charity to improve early cancer diagnosis is truly remarkable and we hope that the money raised at this event will help Cancer Research to continue their worthwhile and essential work to help beat cancer sooner. This event is really open to anyone – whether you have never danced before or have some experience, it really does not matter as all levels are welcome to participate. We are looking to simply make this a major local fun dance event that ultimately brings together the community and support the Fund.”

Many of Urban City’s parents and adult supporters have already signed up to take part but the street dance school are widening the search for budding dancers and keen enthusiasts to get involved.

Mother of two Urban City students, Sam Roche-Motuel, cannot wait for next week’s event:

“My daughters have been with Urban City Street Dance for quite a while now and they thoroughly enjoy the variety of routines that Shaun choreographs. Having watched through the studio windows and been to numerous performances, I have always wanted to have a go at this myself. So naturally when the team mentioned this was happening, I thought what a great opportunity! I’m looking forward to being put through my paces, enjoy an evening with friends and raise some money for a fabulous cause. It’s going to be great fun!”

So have you got what it takes to be an Urban City Street Dancer for a night?
If you’ve got the moves like Jagger – or even if you don’t, come along and join Urban City next week
Thursday 6 July 2017 7pm – 8pm at Sackville School, East Grinstead

If you would like to support the event and make a donation please donate to: https://fundraise.cancerresearchuk.org/page/urban-city
Further Details / Contact
Jo Ramachandran – Urban City Dance
Tel: 07709 146 493
Email: info@urbancitydance.co.uk

About Cancer Research UK’S Peter Andre Fund
Cancer Research UK’s Peter Andre Fund was set up by Peter Andre in 2013 following the loss of his brother Andrew in 2012. The Peter Andre Fund aims to increase awareness of this terrible disease and to improve early cancer diagnosis to help save more lives in the future.

About Urban City Street Dance
Urban City was founded in 2014 by Joanne Ramachandran and Shaun Angel. The street dance school currently provides over 100 students with weekly street dance classes, professional masterclasses and special projects for children aged 3 – 16 years across Crawley, East Grinstead and Horsham. Having performed with influential street dance crews such as Flawless and Diversity collaborating on various projects with Disney, the BBC and Cineworld, SA Academy and Urban City have been recognised for the talent they produce. Through years of experience and contacts, the school has had the pleasure of working with talented guest teachers from across the entertainment industry who has worked on shows and music videos such as Thriller Live, X Factor, Little Mix, ZooNation and many many more.

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