Scary spirit of danc­ing

Fremantle Gazette - - OPINION -

THE things night­mares are made of will take over the streets of East Fre­man­tle this Hal­loween.

Mem­bers of in­clu­sive dance troupe TouCan Dance will deck them­selves out in their spook­i­est makeup and cos­tumes for a spe­cial flash mob event on Hal­loween.

TouCan Dance co-or­di­na­tor Geeta Carroll said the per­form­ers had been prac­tic­ing at Hamil­ton Hill’s Kelete Dance Stu­dio for the past eight weeks and were ex­cited to fi­nally be able to put on the show.

“East Fre­man­tle comes alive at Hal­loween. The streets are filled with the com­mu­nity all dressed up and it has a street fes­ti­val vibe, full of young peo­ple and fam­i­lies,” she said.

“The last time we did a flash mob there we drew quite a crowd be­cause peo­ple love watch­ing a lively spon­ta­neous event full of dancers with en­ergy and smiles.”

Ms Carroll hinted those in­ter­ested in watch­ing the per­for­mance should be in the vicin­ity of Ge­orge Street at 5.30pm Oc­to­ber 31.

TouCan Dance ac­cepts lo­cals

aged 10 and over re­gard­less of abil­i­ties or dance ex­pe­ri­ence.

Visit www.face­book.com/ Or­ganikdance for more in­for­ma­tion on how to join.

A pre­vi­ous TouCan Dance flash mob.

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