Flash Mob is opening today at The Peacock Theatre and will be running until 4th November 2012. I was performing in Flash Mob when we originally created it for the Edinburgh Festival 2012. For the London version I was only a tiny bit involved in the choreography but it was great to somehow be a little bit involved again nevertheless. Hope you are coming to watch this dance extravaganza!
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Performers: Charlie Bruce (Winner of SYTYCD UK), Alleviate (Got to Dance), Brosena (Got to dance), R.Elle Niane (Streetdance 3D 2) and her dance partner Edwar Ramos and Elektrolytes (Winners of America’s Best Dance Crew).
Artistic Director: Gary Lloyd. Assistant: Rachel Kay
Producer: World Dance Management
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Tommy Franzen and Charlie Bruce’s Quickstep routine week 5 of So You Think You Can Dance UK 2010. Video clip also includes the judges comments.
Choreography: Karen Hardy
Music: Do Your Thing – Basement Jaxx
Here is the Jazz routine from week 5 that Charlie Bruce and I did in So You Think You Can Dance UK 2010. Video clip also includes the judges comments.
Choreography: Sean Cheeseman
Music: Circus by Britney Spears
Well this was recorded last November so it’s kind of a bit dated! They used some weird clips of me and Lizzie (well particularly me lol) which would rather qualify as outtakes. Haha! Never mind…. Enjoy!
Tommy and Charlie’s Pop Jazz routine from week 2 of So You Think You Can Dance 2010. Video clip includes the VT and the judge’s comments. Slightly cringe worthy VT for me with the drama going on between me and the choreographer but I’m sharing it anyway. The disagreement between Arlene and Sisco at the end is hilarious though.
Choreography: Frank Gatson
Music: “Everybody In Love” by JLS
Tommy Franzen and Charlie Bruce’s hip hop routine from week 1 of So You Think You Can Dance 2010. Video clip includes the VT and the judge’s comments as well.
Choreography: Simeon Qseya.
Music: “The Way I Are” by Timberland