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Makin’ Steps is back with a very special “30th Anniversary” show at the Harlow Leisurezone from the 29th – 31st May 2014.
A spectacular production celebrating Makin’ Steps 30th year of teaching perfomring arts in Harlow. The show features students performing a vast variety of song and dance styles beautifully showcasing the versatility and talent of the schools pupils.
With beautifully choreographed numbers that include everything from Street Dance to classical Ballet and from Tap, Modern and right through to musical theatre this show is sure to have something to appeal to the whole family. This coupled with amazing costumes, lighting, special effects and all performed on a unique purpose built stage with a set that is sure to blow your mind you will be crazy to miss out on this very special 30th anniversary production.
As well as dancing – Makin’ Steps professional live band (under the musical direction of Ross Simpson) superbly recreates every song to accompany the schools singers giving the show a very unique approach.
If you have never seen a Makin’ Steps show before then here is your chance to see why Makin’ Steps is Harlow’s premier performing arts school.
TICKETS ON SALE FROM 10am 9TH MARCH 2014
PERFORMANCES AT 7.30PM ON THURSDAY 29TH & FRIDAY 30TH
3PM & 7.30PM ON SATURDAY 31ST
To book tickets please call 01279 304 937 or click here to book online.
Previous production reviews from the Harlow Star and Quotes From Robert Halfon-MP
“Stunning show is proof that Harlow’s got talent.” – Harlow Star “This was no ordinary concert, this was an all lights flashing, pyro’s exploding, rhythms-pulsing musicians-excelling concert that had the audience shouting for more..” – Harlow Star
Just seen most incredible show by @MakinSteps in Leizurezone:Creative Genius,Incredible choreography,Fantastic music,singing and dance -Robert Halfon MP
SLICK, ambitious and breathtakingly bold, Makin’ Steps’ dazzling diamond jubilee showcase was an adrenaline-pumping thrill-ride through 60 years of pop culture -Harlow Star