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Makin' Steps are delighted to have been asked to choreograph and supply dancers for Jess Folley's latest music video I Love. "The Voice Kids Uk" series 1 winners latest video was choreographed by Makin' Steps Scott Simpson. We also supplied 6 amazing dancers to perform in the video which was released on the 19th of October. Asked to create a dance video with an urban feel, Scott got to work creating a new piece, especially for this new track. "With such a good track to work with and ana

Makin' Steps Dancers, Marnin Claridge and Bayley Summerfield took to the stage at BBC Summer Social in Liverpool. Dancing to Handstand, the pair performed to a massive crowd with internet sensation Rosie McClelland. Rosie has been working with Ross at Woodbury Recording Studios on her vocal coaching and who has also produced some of Rosie's latest youtube videos. You can see them here. Ross then approached Makin' Steps to provide two backing dancers and Marni & Bayley were selected. Rosie also attends classes with us at Makin' Steps working

On Saturday 21st March we performed  at the Harlow councils Chairman's Civic Dinner. Over 25 dancers performed a specially choreographed 10 minute number that included  live singing as well as dance. The first number sung, "Beyonce's 7/11" was by Sinead Wiseman and showed her diverse range of vocals, backed by 5 of our formation team. The mood was then changed with a Sam Smith medley, sung by Maddison Sarkies, Charlotte Rudin, and Masisie Humphreys. These included "Stay with me","Lay me down", "Restart" and "Not the only one". It was a real

Light, Art, Action! 20th February 2015 Makin’ Steps performance team provided the entertainment for the Gibberd Galleries opening night – Private view of their new exhibition Light, Art, Action! with 2 high energy numbers - an opening number comprising of live singing and dancing and then an especially choreographed piece that has been inspired by one of the sculptures in the town. An exhibition of art, dance, theatre and student artwork. • Theatre Design sets and Costume – The Society of British Theatre Designers • Live Dance Performances - Makin Steps Performing

We are back for our new term which starts from 1st September and we are enrolling for classes in Street Dance, Ballet, Tap, Modern, Singing, Acting & Musical Theatre. We are very excited to be back and ready for a new term of exciting classes and new projects that we have in store. Established in 1984 Makin’ Steps Performing Arts school offers a diverse range of dance classes in Harlow as well as other performance skills classes such as acting & singing. We believe that our teachers can, through their

  [button title="About the Show" link="https://www.makin-steps.co.uk/30th/" description="" width="180px" bgcolor="#CCCCCC" color="#CC0000" picture="" height="" version="light" position="left"] [button title="Book Tickets" link="https://www.makin-steps.co.uk/ticket-shop/" description="" width="180px" bgcolor="#CCCCCC" color="#CC0000" picture="" height="" version="light" position="left"] [button title="Seating Plan" link="https://www.makin-steps.co.uk/seating-plan/" description="" width="180px" bgcolor="#CCCCCC" color="#CC0000" picture="" height="" version="light" position="left"] [button title="T&C's" link="https://www.makin-steps.co.uk/showterms" description="" width="180px" bgcolor="#CCCCCC" color="#CC0000" picture="" height="" version="light" position="left"]   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

BGT stars set pulses racing with dance workshops   BRITAIN’S Got Talent finalists Twist & Pulse took a special workshop of students at performing arts school Makin’ Steps on Tuesday. Ashley Glazebrook (Twist) and Glen Murphy (Pulse) took two workshops at Potters Street Community Centre, one for younger students and the other for an older group. The ages of those who took part ranged from seven to 27. Around 70 of the school’s pupils took part in the workshops. As well as the classes they were also given a dance demonstration by the boys.Twist & Pulse said after the workshop: “We really enjoyed teaching