Quick! Step up to join the Strictly Agents Dancing fun this year

Worry not if you have two left feet and don’t know your foxtrot from your tango – the search is on for two male volunteers to complete this year’s line-up in Strictly Agents Dancing.

It is taking place for a second year at the Agents Giving Ball. And no excuses, chaps, it’s all in a good cause, with proceeds going to charity.

Ten applicants have already secured their places in the line-up of 12, leaving just two others to compete for what could loosely be called the Simon Whale quickstep award.

All dancers will be asked to take at least five lessons from professional teachers, alongside a UK national dancer, funded by Agents Giving partner Rightmove. Additional dancing lessons can be paid for privately and won’t be regarded as cheating.

Each dancer will need to book a table of ten and raise a minimum of £1,500 through individual fundraising for the Agents Giving Charity. The ‘dance off’ will be performed in front of a selected panel of judges including TV professionals.

Peter Knight, chairman of Agents Giving, said: “Following last year’s success, we are delighted to announce the return of the Strictly Agents Dancing Charity Ball. The event promises to be a wonderful evening of dancing and there will also be a prize-giving ceremony to celebrate the outstanding fundraising achievements within the industry.”

The ball is on December 8 at the Lancaster Hotel, London.

Agents Giving is now taking bookings for tables or individual tickets at £1,600 per table of ten or £175 per individual ticket.

As well as celebrating the industry’s fundraising efforts, the event is a great platform for Christmas parties.

For further information, please contact Yvonne Martin at Agents Giving: tel 01372 370895 or email info@agentsgiving.org or visit the website at www.agentsgiving.org 


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