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By Richard Harris, directed by Gill Burns and Gilly Walker

The Evening Standard Best Comedy of 1984 is a warm and funny play about a group of women, (and a solitary man) who attend a weekly tap-dance class in a dingy, rundown church hall. The women bring all kinds of emotional baggage to the sessions, along with little talent or co-ordination, for them it’s a weekly chat.

However, driven by their eternally patient instructor Mavis and their grumpy pianist, their skills improve and they begin to develop as a team finally being successful in giving a great performance at a local gala.

But their real triumph is the personal journeys the women make as they don their leotards, shed their inhibitions and overcome various personal hang-ups.
 
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