Break dancers aim high

Break dancers are aiming high at a weekly class in Sneaton Village Hall
Break dancers are aiming high at a weekly class in Sneaton Village Hall
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DIVERSITY wowed the judges and the whole of the UK when they won Britain’s Got Talent and now, a Whitby dance group hope to one day follow in their footsteps.

Starstruck Performing Arts holds a boys’ street dancing class at Sneaton Village Hall on Wednesdays and it is proving so popular its membership is already full.

Boys aged six years old and upwards can learn a variety of dance techniques including break dancing and body popping.

Dance teacher Hayley Miller said: “It’s fantastic exercise and they really enjoy what they are doing.

“They are so dedicated and show so much flair.”

She added it is hoped once the group perfect their moves, they could soon enter competitions which could lead to them taking part in television shows like Britain’s Got Talent and Just Dance.

“How many classes do you get 18 boys taking part,” she added. “I’ve had to put a hold on it as I can’t take any more boys until I’ve got a bit more time to do other classes.”

Around 40 youngsters from Whitby and district who attend other classes run by Starstuck Performing Arts will be entering a UK wide talent competition in May called Festival 4Stars in Scarborough.