Thursday 18th November 2010 by C. Freeman
Dancer Rob Ross is hoping to run a street-dance workshop at Brooke Weston. Rob, who is a trained dancer and has appeared on television, already runs classes in the town. If there is enough interest he would like to start a street-dance workshop in the Weston Theatre.
Rob, who runs Beat Ambition with business partner Emmanuel Addae, said: ‘I’ve been dancing for about five years now and do hip-hop, krump, locking and popping. It is all popular street stuff. Dance is all about inspiring others to commit to something and keep students motivated and smiling. I got to the quarter-finals of BBC3’s ‘Move Like Michael Jackson’ last year and was taught by Michael Jackson’s choreographer.’
The duo have been running dance classes at Corby Conservative Club for the past year with classes on Monday and Thursday evenings. Rob said: ‘I teach anyone from complete beginners to those with more experience but I would like to put on a dedicated class just for students at Brooke Weston. They won’t need any special equipment, just casual clothes, trainers and a drink.’
To register your interest for the initial two-hour dance workshop at Brooke Weston contact Mr Jazz Saini on 01536 396366.