Britain’s Got Talent stars coming to Welwyn Garden City and Hatfield

17:08 31 March 2012

Twist and Pulse

Twist and Pulse

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DANCE duo Twist and Pulse will be dancing in Welwyn Garden City and Hatfield, and you can join them too by making a donation to a charity.

DanceAid was launched in 2010 by Codicote resident Laura Wilson, to raise money for vulnerable children through dance.

She has so far raised more than £30,000 and has already had celebrity support from Diversity and Kimberly Wyatt, and can now add Britain’s Got Talent finalists, Twist and Pulse, to the list.

The pair are running the London Marathon to raise funds for DanceAid and are also performing at WGC’s Howard Centre, and the Galleria in Hatfield this weekend.

Twist and Pulse will also be running exclusive dance workshops and mingling with fans, all for a £3 donation, to be made on the day.

The event takes place tomorrow (Sunday) at the Howard Centre at 11am, followed by the Galleria at 12.30pm.

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