A dancing superstar from Britain’s Got Talent champions Diversity will teach youngsters how to dance in Bexleyheath this Halloween.

The dance group’s Nathan Ramsay will run a series of free and fun street dance workshops with a spooky theme at Broadway Shopping Centre’s Halloween Grotto during half-term week.

From 11am to 4pm Monday to Friday, there will be a series of workshops, crafts and games before a fashion show and dance finale on Saturday.

The events are co-ordinated Danceworks studio which was founded by Danielle Banjo, the mum of Diversity stars Ashley and Jordan.

She said: “We’ve so much going on at Broadway Shopping Centre starting with the Halloween Grotto and the dance workshops with Nathan, so there will be the opportunity for kids to get hands on with creative activities as well as dance.

“We want to take all the traditional elements of Halloween and give them an exciting street dance twist.

“The Grotto will be there from Monday to Friday and as well as making sure the youngsters have fun we’ll be getting organised with the Centre’s fashion retailers so we can showcase their latest looks on Saturday.

“We’ll be bringing a London Fashion Week vibe to Broadway with live music and dance as well as stylish clothes for all ages at a series of fashion shows throughout the day.”

As well as fashion stores taking part, O2 will be hosting free activities as well as offering practical advice.

Find out more at broadwayshoppingcentre.com

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