Norfolk based Indian classical dance group wow the crowds at Chelsea Flower Show

David Walliams with youngsters from Taal-Rasa-Bhava Dance Academy at the Chelsea Flower Show Picture

David Walliams with youngsters from Taal-Rasa-Bhava Dance Academy at the Chelsea Flower Show Picture: Paul Tibbs - Credit: Paul Tibbs

A King's Lynn based Indian classical dance group wowed the crowds at the Chelsea Flower Show.

Students from the Taal-Rasa-Bhava Dance Academy, who are also pupils from Springwood High School, put on a show-stopping performance at the flower show which caught the eye of several celebrity guests.

Comedian and author David Walliams received an unscheduled personal performance, where shortly after he posed with the girls and dancer teacher Sangeeta De.

The dance group were supported by family business The Iron Garden based in Shernborne, who won gold in conjunction with Suffolk-based nursery Fernatix for their Taj Mahal inspired collaborative stand.

Marketing director Harry Thompson said: 'Winning gold for a second consecutive year running was such a wonderful surprise but we couldn't have done this without the Taal-Rasa-Bhava dance academy. We are very grateful to the head teacher Mr Johnson from Springwood High School in letting the girls experience such a marvellous opportunity.'


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