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“EPIC” START TO THE YEAR by Lesley Hawkins
It has been an extremely busy start to 2015 for the members of Epic Dance, working tirelessly with extra rehearsals and workshops for their forthcoming events. Their hardwork and commitment has truly paid off.
Sunday 22nd March members of the troupe had the opportunity to take part in an association competition in Orpington Kent and to their credit came away with numerous trophies for their achievements.
Saturday 28th March Epic entertained a crowd in excess of 80,000 when they danced on the pitch of Wembley Stadium supporting Pixie Lott for the Harlequin v Saracens rugby match. Each and every dancer gave up their February half term and dedicated it to training for this event.
Sunday 5th April, 36 members, with ages ranging from 6 to 14 performed at the Mardi Gras production “Stars In Our Eyes” on stage at the prestigious Sadler’s Wells Theatre in London. It was to be a very long day for the youngsters who met early morning at Trackside’s dance studio for final rehearsal, hair and make-up. That afternoon they travelled by coach to the theatre, where along with other dance schools taking part, they had only a couple of hours to learn the choreography and lyrics to the shows finale. The students’ behaviour and professionalism throughout the day was impeccable. Epic performed two amazing routines along with costume, hair and make-up changes, during the evening performance, before joining the other dance schools for the grand finale. The standard throughout the show was incredible, very proud moments, for family and friends, in the audience.
Sunday 12th April the advanced members of the troupe were invited to perform at the O2 indigo for Street Dance International’s 10th Anniversary event “Streets Ahead”. After only one rehearsal the girls went out and totally smashed it!!
Epic Dance’s next event will be on Saturday 2nd May at the Soundstock festival, where they will be performing their own routines as well as dancing for XFactors Lydia Lucy.
I would like to say a huge well done to everyone at Epic for the incredible achievements you have reached so far , your hardwork, dedication and commitment are outstanding . Good Luck with all your future events! On behalf of the troupe, they would all like to thank You Carlie Boler for your teaching, dedication and for giving them these amazing opportunities.