One word: amazing!
If you ever get the chance to see the dance group Diversity, do it. Why? Because their shows are completely breath-taking featuring some of the best put together dance moves, tricks and entertainment – oh, and the music is pretty fab too!
It has been five years since they won Britain’s Got Talent, famously beating Susan Boyle. Since then they have gone from strength to strength – hosting tv shows, performing for the Prime Minister, performing at Wembley Stadium and so much more. The fans, old and new, love them, and it’s also easy to see why. Mixing modern dance moves whilst introducing other acts (mainly from BGT) who specialise in ballet and gymnastics, always proves popular with the crowd.
This tour was no different, except it was even better – if possible! The music and dance flowed seamlessly together, and the back story itself was a winner as it continued straight on from the last tour. Luckily for those who didn’t attend last year’s show stopper got a recap of what went on.
A time machine, like the phone box in Bill and Ted’s Excellent Adventure, featured heavily in the stage set-up. This brought a group of ladies from the 1920s to present day, as well as a love story with leading dancer Ashley Banjo. It was a quirky tale, and worked well with an all ages audience.
Seriously, next time they come around, go!