BE A GUINNESS WORLD RECORD BREAKER WITH STARLIGHT!

ITS TAPATHON TIME AGAIN!

 

The Starlight Company is once again hosting the Tapathon 2012 - a Guinness world record breaking tap attempt raising money for BBC Children in Need!  This is a national event with dancers across the country from age 6-86 all performing the same routine on the same day & at the same time. 

Tapathon 2012

 

This year it will be held on Sunday 18th November and we’re holding the Hereford Tapathon 10am-1pm at the fantastic thePoint4 along Venns Lane in Hereford. Their wonderful sports hall can cater for over 300 participants with large amounts of seating for audience members & a great cafe to treat yourself to something after all the hard work! 

REHEARSAL
We will be holding a rehearsal at thePoint4 the Sunday before 11th November 3pm-6pm where we will break down the toe-tapping routine which this year is to the Olly Murs smash hit “Dance with me tonight”

Becks is also holding a fun, tap class every Monday evening 6:15-7:00pm where she’ll be teaching some basic tap steps, little routines and you’ll get to learn some of the Tapathon! So come along just £4 drop on in!


REGISTRATION – BY 10TH OCTOBER
We’re having a REGISTRATION MORNING at thePoint4 on Saturday 6th October 11am –1pm.
Return the form to us with the registration money (£10pp) either at the above morning or in person at our classes or drop into Andrew Morris Estate Agents, 1 Bridge Street, Hereford by 10th October 2012 & come along to the rehearsal on the 11th November at thePoint4 3pm-6pm. We will hand out your Tapathon tshirt on the morning of the Tapathon.

We would also be ever so grateful if you could promote our event by any means possible – we want to be record breakers!

If you have any questions or queries do not hesitate to get in contact with us, we’d be only to pleased to help.

NB. You WILL need tap shoes but you don’t need to be an expert tapper as the moves are relatively simple & we’ll rehearse them!
Anyone from age 6-86 can get involved & if you’re too shy then just come along & watch!
It’s £10 to enter with all proceeds going to BBC Children in Need

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