The dance troupe, who shot to fame in the final of last year’s Britain’s Got Talent, will bring their unique show to the Surrey racecourse for Come Dance – a night of horse racing, family entertainment and breathtaking performances from finalists of last year’s biggest national talent contest.
Having beaten Susan Boyle to claim the crown of Britain’s Got Talent winners for the 2009 show, Diversity have since taken the country by storm – with sell-out tours, countless TV appearances and a coveted spot at the Royal Variety Performance. They now bring their unmistakable street dance flavour to Kempton Park for one night only.
Other Britain’s Got Talent stars joining Diversity on stage include urban dancer Aidan Davis and father/son act Stavros Flatley, two acts who captured the nation’s hearts and won over celebrity judges on last year’s show. Amy Starkey, managing director of Kempton Park Racecourse, said: “We’re thrilled to welcome Diversity to Come Dance this summer for an evening of entertainment that racegoers are unlikely to forget in a hurry. The UK fell in love with their moves on last year’s Britain’s Got Talent, so we’re expecting their performance, combined with a great evening of racing and family fun, to be a real one off experience.”
Come Dance forms part of the Racecourse’s Summer Series – a range of events being held at Kempton Park offering floodlit racing and feel-good family entertainment over the summer months. Adult admission is £15 with value added packages starting from £18. Under 18s go free and for this event there is a maximum of two children per one adult. Hospitality is available from just £37 which includes admission, racecard & two course meal. Call 01932 753518 for more information or for further details and to purchase tickets for Come Dance visit http://www.kempton.co.uk/.