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December 2013

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Makin' Steps Medal Presentation and Christmas Disco was held at Harlow Dog Stadium on 7th December. Over 350 people attended the evening held by Makin' Steps. Robert Halfon MP was on hand to present the Jack Petchey Awards to Makin' Steps 2013 Achievement winners.(see picture) Robert Also presented the medals and certificate to all the students who took their ISTD Street Dance exams at the school on the 2nd & 3rd November. Pupils aged from 3 years up to adults had prepared for their exams over the previous few months and

Twist & Pulse workshop at Makin' Steps [frame bgcolor="#445565" version="dark"][/frame] 7TH JAN 2014 - BRITAIN’S GOT TALENT RUNNERS UP TWIST AND PULSE WILL BE HOLDING A WORKSHOP AT MAKIN' STEPS. [list line="yes" style="style7"] £12.00 per class 5.30pm - 6.30pm  Beginner/Intermediate Class 6.45pm - 7.45pm  Advanced Class. [/list] We have very limited spaces so book your place now by calling 01279 304937 or sending us an email to info@makin-steps.co.uk   Please note that there is a minimum age of 7years to do the workshop. BRIT school graduates and Britain’s Got Talent runners up Twist and Pulse have toured the UK and

Every Year we hold our very own Medal presentation and Christmas disco. The medal presentation is for the pupils who took their Street Dance I.S.T.D examinations on the 2nd and 3rd November at Potter Street Community Centre. Nearly 200 exams were taken over the two days and were examined by two examiners from the I.S.T.D. The youngest entrant was just 3 years old who took an under 6 medal, while our older students were taking their supreme. The highest award you can achieve in this syllabus. Over the past

  Diamond Jubilee Show Review SLICK, ambitious and breathtakingly bold, Makin’ Steps’ dazzling diamond jubilee showcase was an adrenaline-pumping thrill-ride through 60 years of pop culture. A breathless musical journey from the rock ’n’ roll revolution of the Coronation era to the athletic street-dance workouts of the noughties, 5212 was impressive in scale and immersive in its period detail. Any concerns the group might have overstretched themselves were swiftly put to bed with a seamless introductory sequence. And despite a few niggling technical problems, the hugely talented cast hardly put a

In four separate shows over 120 youngsters set out to capture the excitement and spirit of this special time of year – and they certainly did with a highly professional performance! I joined the sell-out audience for the Sunday afternoon performance at Potter Street Community Centre which had been beautifully transformed into a Christmas-themed stage complete with colour-changing presents. A wonderful afternoon’s entertainment, there was something for everyone to enjoy in the wide variety of song and dance, which was at such a high standard it was hard to

The festive season got off to a wonderful start with a magical show from Harlow based performing arts school Makin’ Steps It was a typical Makin’ Steps production – a slick and professional show with singing from all age ranges of performers and beautifully choreographed dance numbers in disciplines which included, ballet, tap, modern and Street Dance. As soon as the lights came up for the opening number – Take That’s Rule The World, audience members knew we were in for something special, and they weren't disappointed. From the

BUDDING young performers spent some of  their school holidays sharpening their dance moves after taking part in a Harlow dance school’s intensive summer course. Almost 80 youngsters ranging in age from four  to 15 worked up a sweat during the week-long course run by husband-and-wife team Scott and Victoria Simpson at Makin’ Steps. Their hard work culminated in two shows staged for friends and family at the Potter Street Community Centre. Those taking part spent the week making friends and perfecting routines in a  range of dance disciplines, including street, hip-hop,

We are so pleased to announce that we have a new tutor and would like to welcome the newest member to the Makin' Steps team - Lana Williams. Lana has taken over from Gemma and will be heading up our Ballet department. We are very pleased to have appointed Lana for this position as she is a very experienced teacher/Choreographer and has worked professionally all over the world as a dancer.