The long day is over

So it’s the end of a very long week, but I’m on a complete high following today’s performance showcase at the RAD’s Dance for Lifelong Wellbeing conference – within a two hour span I saw performers aged 8 to 80 perform ballet, hip hop, street dance, contemporary dance, musical theatre, Indian dance.

And really, it’s been a pretty amazing few weeks. April 2013 will go down as the month I:

  • donned a tutu for the first time
  • met RAD staff from 45 different countries, representing 79 territories in which we conduct business
  • met former Strictly contestant Lisa Riley to talk through her upcoming patronage of the Dance Proms
  • saw Darcey Bussell preside over a group of 3-year-olds as they performed a special Barbie-inspired dance routine in front of the RAD’s good and great
  • met former Pussycat Doll Carmit Bachar at the riotous Step into Dance borough event in Wandsworth
  • learned that dance truly does have the capacity to improve our lives, whatever age we are

Sometimes it’s the picture that speaks a thousand words, so I’ll button my lip and let the following visuals do the talking…

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