Britney Spears dancer offers master classes in Gorleston

PUBLISHED: 12:01 02 December 2011

Choreographer Tim Noble who is coming to Gorleston's DPA for a series of workshops, dancing with Kylie

Choreographer Tim Noble who is coming to Gorleston's DPA for a series of workshops, dancing with Kylie


A dancer and choreographer who counts Kylie among his friends and has worked with a galaxy of stars including Justin Timberlake, Beyonce, Britney Spears and Girls Aloud is offering master classes in Gorleston.

Tim Noble is keen to inspire the next generation of dancers with at DPA Performing Arts Academy at two workshops in the new year.

From 9.30-12.30pm on Saturday January 14 he will lead a musical theatre masterclass for ages eight to 18. One of the most “showbizzy” of arts it is a vibrant combination of acting, singing and dance at the heart of the commercial theatre industry attracting over 60pc of all West End audiences.

Then from 1.30pm–4.30pm the focus shifts to commercial dance for ages ten to adult where the aim is to challenge dancers with choreography as well as training them to enhance their performance skills.

With years of experience working and touring with some of the world’s leading artists, Tim is keen to pass on the valuable lessons he has learnt on the job and teach various choreographic styles which will inspire and excite participants.

Workshops include a warm up, a series of routines a short question and answer session, a showcase for parents and peers and certificates of attendance for all performers presented by Tim.

Workshops are £20 per three hour masterclass or £35 for both.

To book call the studio on 01493 718292 mobile 07824770109

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