Dance group Prospects Fraternity, who made it to the finals of BBC One’s The Greatest Dancer show, and youngsters who use Blessed Dance studios in Westwood featute in a new youtube video aimed at getting more young people into the industry.
Prospects Fraternity expanded their school from London when they took up a base at the Blessed Dance studios in May.
The dance group is owned by another troupe, Frobacks, which also reached the finals of the show and these dancers teach weekly classes for Prospects Fraternity Kent.
Now a video shot at Botany Bay and choreographed by Frobacks dancers Gilly Mu and Ryan Nembhard, featuring Thanet dancers and others from across the country, has been released.
The aim is to encourage local dancers to get in touch and join the weekly training in Thanet so they can take part in future filming and opportunities.
Prospects Fraternity are a street dance group from South London made up of 13 members aged between 10 and 18. Frobacks are a four-piece, male street-dancing group who like to add comedy into their routines.
To find out more about the Thanet sessions pop along to the next open day on Tuesday (October 1) from 5pm to 7pm at Blessed Dance Co. & Studios, J1F First Floor, Channel Rd, Westwood, CT94JS
Sessions cost £5.
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