The Andover Carnival Royals enjoyed a fabulous dance performance at Harrow Way School by Oblivion Dance Group. Oblivion Dance invited the Carnival Royals and their Patron Iris Anderson back stage to meet Tee and the dancers before the show.
Choreographed by Tee Minya, a member of Britain’s Got Talent dance finalists Nemesis, Oblivion had only discovered the week of their show that they had been chosen as one of the community groups the Andover Carnival will be supporting this year.
The Dance Group Manager, Tanya Tuson, told us, “ I was in shock when I received the call and very excited to be one of the ones chosen. I can’t thank them enough for their support and look forward to all the fund raising we will be doing with the Andover Carnival.”
The group has only been going for a year and after a performance that wowed the audience, Tanya reflected on their success. “Well just a year after I began the group, here we are with the first Oblivion dance show. The show was amazing, all the children did a fantastic job and I’m very proud of every single one of them.”
The Andover Carnival Royals are photographed with Carnival Patron, Iris Anderson, and Vice Chair, Mike Hall, compare for the evening Adam Ferris, their dance teacher Tee Minya and assistant manager Kieran Tuson.