Islington school’s big dance

13:37 09 June 2012

Big Dance

Big Dance

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Kids from Holloway school limber up in preparation for a world record synchronisedd dance attempt tomorrow.

Children from all over the borough will take part in the attempt which takes place at 1pm and hopes to get at least 600,000 people across the world doing the same dance moves at the same time.

The routine has been written by Wayne McGregor, associate artisit at Sadler’s Wells, in Rosebery Avenue, Finsbury, and more than fifty people will do the sance a the theatre.

The current record is held by the Duthc, with more than 260,000 people all bopping together.

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