When it comes to dancing, I don't have two left feet; I simply don't have any feet. My attempts to 'get on down' are usually met with looks of pity from anyone unfortunate enough to catch sight of my awkward moves.
Thankfully such incidents are few and far between these days, though of course it's hard to avoid the dance floor at events such as weddings. Someone's bound to pull you up there sooner or later, and when that someone does, they soon wish they hadn't. But by then it's too late.
Coming to Olympia in March is an event called Move It, aimed at anyone involved in dancing, or simply interested in dancing. It's a get-up-and-get-stuck-in event for all, and includes a ton of classes for not only expert groovers but also non-groovers like me.
Dance teachers and those working in the dance profession are likely to love the Move It dance show. If you're looking to find out how you can start a career in dancing - or even acting, singing, stage management and technical theatre - then this is also the event for you.
Taking place over three days from 9th March, Move It features a huge number of dance classes covering a range of genres (eg. contemporary jazz, disco, cheerleading, contemporary rock and more).
There will also be a number of masterclasses taking place, aimed at more skilled dancers.
Besides learning how to strut your stuff, attendees will have the opportunity to kick back and be entertained by shows on Move It's main stage. Organisers are promising "the most spectacular performances from some of the most exciting artists and dance companies from all over the UK," with the likes of the English National Ballet and Britain's Got Talent stars James Hobley and Twist & Pulse helping to make it a show to remember.
Move It will also be attended by a huge number of traders from the world of dancewear, offering up the latest fashions at the best prices. So guys, if you're still looking for that elusive star-spangled leotard, you know where to go.
With so much going at the show, be sure to check out the official website beforehand, so you can plan your day and perhaps book a dance class. Information about tickets can be found here.