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Redbridge Dance Festival Launch

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FREE EVENT 1pm - 4pm Brought to you by the Arts & Events Team, London Borough of Redbridge and Weininger and Janice Irwin (Weininger Fitness).

Join in CARIBBEAN, ASIAN, AFRICAN AND STREET DANCE Workshops and watch stunning displays from PHYSICAL JERKS, WEININGER,SOCA QUEEN and SNAKE BOY. All workshops are free!

For further information call 020 8708 2858.
Programme Timetable Performances and Workshops
1pm - BEES KNEES - Double act dancing the nineteen-twenties into the Noughties
1.10pm - PHYSICAL JERK S - A B-Boying (breakdance) crew founded, and based, in Bristol
1.30pm - AFRICAN DANCE & DRUMMING with Ras Happa & Chris Abrahams - Performance and Workshop
1.50pm - BHANGRA & BELLY DANCING - Performance from the Snake Boy of Ilford
2pm - SOCA DANCE & Martial Arts to music
2.30pm - Performance from PHYSICAL JERKS
2.50pm - QUADRILLE Workshop
3.10pm - CARIBBEAN DANCE Workshop with the UKs 1st Gladiator Champion, Weininger Irwin
3.30pm - YR - Performance from a Caribbean youth dance group
3.35pm - BEES KNEES Performance
3.40pm - PHYSICAL JERKS Performance
With street performances from Larkin' About's, Foxtrot Oscar, the elegant ballroom dancing couple and the sparkling, spectacle of thoroughly modern Flappers, the Bees Knees.

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