Diversity’s Jordan Banjo and Perry Kierly visit Norfolk Dance School

Lynne Bailey, Principal of the dance school with Jordan Banjo and Perry Kiely. Picture: courtesy of

Lynne Bailey, Principal of the dance school with Jordan Banjo and Perry Kiely. Picture: courtesy of L.K.'s School of Dance - Credit: courtesy of L.K.'s School of Dance

Young street dancers from Norfolk and Suffolk were treated to a fantastic opportunity when members of Diversity came to visit their school.

Lynne Bailey, Principal of the dance school with Jordan Banjo and Perry Kiely. Picture: courtesy of

Lynne Bailey, Principal of the dance school with Jordan Banjo and Perry Kiely. Picture: courtesy of L.K.'s School of Dance - Credit: courtesy of L.K.'s School of Dance

In February students at the L.K. School of Dance were visited by Jordan Banjo and Perry Kierly from the Britain's Got Talent winning dance troupe Diversity.

The pair took time out of their busy schedules to deliver a workshop to 50 pupils at the L.K. School of dance in South Norfolk as well as sign autographs and pose for some all important selfies.

Lynne Bailey, Principal of the dance school praised the pair;

'They are such nice lads. It was nice because it wasn't just a case of them coming in, having a workshop and then going, they were chatting with the class, having a laugh and joking with them'

Lynne Bailey, Principal of the dance school with Jordan Banjo and Perry Kiely. Picture: courtesy of

Lynne Bailey, Principal of the dance school with Jordan Banjo and Perry Kiely. Picture: courtesy of L.K.'s School of Dance - Credit: courtesy of L.K.'s School of Dance


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Lynne Bailey, Principal of the dance school with Jordan Banjo and Perry Kiely. Picture: courtesy of

Lynne Bailey, Principal of the dance school with Jordan Banjo and Perry Kiely. Picture: courtesy of L.K.'s School of Dance - Credit: courtesy of L.K.'s School of Dance

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