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Our Dancing Town stars back on screens

Tuesday January 31 2017


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THE Barnsley stars of BBC series Our Dancing Town will be back on our TV screens tonight.

There was a great reaction to the first episode of the show which showed choreographer Steve Elias creating a huge dancing spectacle through the streets of Barnsley town centre featuring people from all walks of life including miners, majorettes, police officers, glass workers, office workers, Northern Soul dancers and Old Sikstone Brass Band.

Since then Steve has been shown creating similar dances in Skipton and Huddersfield, but in the final two episodes of the series the action moves to York where he wants to bring all three towns together with the people of York to create a ‘breathtaking finale’.

Our Dancing Town is on tonight on BBC Two from 7pm.

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Reply Posted by janet on Tuesday January 31 2017 at 14:02
I dont know how Barnsley will be featured in York we did the Town never went to York ???????????????????????????????????????????

Reply Posted by Missed it on Tuesday January 31 2017 at 14:08
Oh I missed the first episode, will definitely watch tonight.

Reply Posted by mike on Tuesday January 31 2017 at 14:12
My son went to film in Barnsley with Lamproom for last episode didnt know any thing about York filming as well Janet ???

Reply Posted by wODGER wABBIT on Tuesday January 31 2017 at 15:22
Typical Barnsley Council, they can find money for people to ponce about in bloody frocks but they can't make the streetlights work or get the bins emptied. That's why I'm voting UKIP

Reply Posted by Theresa May As Well Not Bother on Tuesday January 31 2017 at 16:13
The BBC 2 Programme isn't anything to do with BMBC.
Perhaps you jump to conclusions without any evidence or logic.
Perhaps that's why you vote UKIP.

Reply Posted by A Concerned Citizen on Wednesday February 1 2017 at 15:58
Hey Mr Wabbit, you're right! I'm fed up of BMBC spending our hard earned on tv programmes! The lovely Mr Faridge wouldn't put up with it. If the UKIPs were in charge the buses would run on time and we'd be able to enjoy some public floggings of layabouts and the unwashed.

Reply Posted by The man with no face on Tuesday January 31 2017 at 15:56
wODGER wABBIT there is always some one to make something good into a negative rant, #gROW uP fOOL

Reply Posted by How stupid are some people? on Tuesday January 31 2017 at 16:41
How stupid are some people? The tv programme in question has nothing what so ever to do with BMBC. It is the brainchild of Steven Elias. Tonight's programme is one of two to be shown. Its bringing together everyone in the last 3 programms to gether to put on one big display. Barnsley, Skipton and Huddersfield. It should turn out to be a big spectacular show. Wodger Wabbit get your facts right before you post stupid comments. The programme is on BBC 2 at 7pm tonight.

Reply Posted by Alice Smith on Tuesday January 31 2017 at 20:26
Tyneside we love dancing. We have jice dancing, blues dancing, keepfit, ballroom. We have a great city with a fantastic back drop of the Sage & Baltic. Home of rhe Great North Run. Dancing For Charity Has at least 150 jive/ rockin roll dancer's. We have Ceroc which is a big jive community. I am sure we could find 700 + dancers. I have been dancing for over 30 year's. I dance from my home town & travel as far as Leeds each week to dance. We are all passionate about our dancing, Steve would have no problems in Geordie Land.