Happy Feet – Eastleigh

June 23, 2018 @ 1:30 pm – 3:15 pm
The Point
Leigh Rd
Eastleigh SO50 9DE
Happy Feet - Eastleigh @ The Point | England | United Kingdom

The Ragroof Players present…
HAPPY FEET as part of Eastleigh UnWrapped, a free day of performance in Eastleigh Town Centre.

A hundred years of dance crazes in a hundred minutes!


Let’s dance! The Ragroof Players present their latest participatory show, Happy Feet. Let our fabulous DJs and dancers take you on a non-stop dance-a- thon through decades of dance crazes.

You’ll be whizzed through a dazzling dance off led by the Ragroof team of Fabulous Flappers, Disco Divas, and Latino Groovers. Starting with a cheeky Charleston and moving through Lindy Hop, Big Band Swing, and Mambo….without missing a beat on to the Rock and Roll Stroll, the Twist, the Macarena, Uptown Funk…to the present day.

HAPPY FEET brings hundreds of people together in one big snowballing Soul Train, all grooving along to a fabulous selection of dance tunes, from Jeepers Creepers to Gangnam Style, via Saturday Night Fever and Bingo Bango.

No dance experience needed, no partner needed.

More on Eastleigh Unwrapped –

Eastleigh Unwrapped Festival is back with a bang this summer! Clear your calendars to make way for a jam-packed day of performance and activity for all the family.

For the sixth year running, Eastleigh Town Centre and Leigh Road Recreation Ground will be filled with stunning aerial theatre, circus, interactive performance and live music.

The Point’s free outdoor festival brings the best UK and international companies and performers to Eastleigh. Including:  Handmade Theatre with their beautiful new family show, alongside the chance to dance in the street with Glass House’s Time Machine Disco. Make sure you keep a look out for Highly Sprung’s Urban Astronaut roaming the streets and be sure not to miss the incredible fusion of circus, acrobatics and live music of our headline act from Sur Mesure.

The Sorting Office will also open its doors on the day offering the public the opportunity to look around the former Royal Mail Sorting Centre and meet the 16 creative residents currently working from studios in the complex. Browse and buy locally made, beautiful, bespoke products from a range of craftspeople and artists.