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MD Creatives seeks dance memories for new project

The history and heritage of dance and dancers across Liverpool and Merseyside is at the heart of a new project launched by MD Creatives.

The St Helens-based independent training academy – and three-times Britain’s Got Talent semi-finalist - has teamed up with the town's Camron Studios to run Dance It Your Way.

Miguel Doforo (pictured far right), creative director and founder of MD Creatives – and who recently won a Liverpool City Region Culture and Creativity Award, said: “The Dance It Your Way project is a unique celebration of dance and how it has touched the people of our city region from generation to generation, and capturing those memories for future generations to understand and enjoy.

“Here at MD, we know all too well about the true power of dance and the positive impact it can have on a person’s life - from improving self-confidence and communication skills to self-expression. This project is about capturing some of that to inspire the dancers of tomorrow.

”We look forward to hearing and collating people’s personal dance memories and anecdotes, from the Lindy Hop to disco, breakdancing to vogueing, whatever gets your groove, we want to know about it.”

The project aims to collect and collate stories from people of all ages across the region about how dance has changed their lives for the better.

The memories and stories will then be shared on social media and other platforms.

For more information on how to get involved, email:


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