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Published 11th Apr 2011

Show us your Spots BBc Tees Children in Need Dance Poster

Get your dancing shoes on and join us for an evening of Latin and Ballroom accompanied by live music from Middlesbrough Jazz and Blues Orchestra. BBC Tees answer to Michael Buble is Saturday Breakfast presenter Phil Chapman, who will be crooning a couple of songs too.

So put on your gladrags and get ready to Rumba, Tango, Fox Trot, Waltz and quick step to Middlesbrough Town Hall Crypt on Thursday 21st April (Doors open at 7pm). BBC Tees presenters Neil Green and Lisa McCormick will be hosting the event. They will be experienced dancers to lead the floor as well as dance expert Bryan Thomson who will compere and help any novices find their feet. For a bit of fun, there will be a Zumba demonstration by local instructor Liza Stephen which you can just watch or join in.

Tickets are £10 per person with a minimum of £5 going to directly to Children In Need avilable from the Town Hall Box Office. Sainsbury's in Middlesbrough have also kindly donated some Easter Eggs to give out as spot prizes, and you don’t have to be an expert to win an chocolate treat!

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BBC Tees: Children in Need



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