Young dancers get in the groove

(l-r) Andrew Gamble, (front) Daniel Humphrey, Oliver Gamble, Kassia Gamble and Thomas Humphrey. 'Children learning street dance at Serch, Gosport. ''Picture: Allan Hutchings (13175-580)
(l-r) Andrew Gamble, (front) Daniel Humphrey, Oliver Gamble, Kassia Gamble and Thomas Humphrey. 'Children learning street dance at Serch, Gosport. ''Picture: Allan Hutchings (13175-580)
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THESE youngsters got into the groove to practice street dance ahead of a final performance next week.

Andrew Gamble put on his cap to look the part as he and Daniel Humphrey, Oliver Gamble, Kassia Gamble and Thomas Humphrey were taught by dance teacher Caroline Browning.

The five are now three weeks in to their five-week dancing course for seven to 11-year-olds at SEARCH Museum in Clarence Road, Gosport.

In their final week mums, dads and friends will be invited to watch the children perform a final show.

They have been training hard to impress their parents, learning dance moves to the backing track of Olly Murrs and rapper Flo Rida’s song, Trouble Maker.

The course, which will finish with the final performance, will be repeated in Easter.

For more information about the street dance course, visit SEARCH Museum online on hants.gov.uk/museum-search.htm.

Get information about Gosport Discovery Centre on 0845 603 5631 or visit its website hants.gov.uk/gdc.htm.

To get information in person, visit the centre, which is open from 9.30am to 7pm on Monday to Friday and 9am to 4.30pm on Saturday.