Our Club is all about young people. We aim to provide something for everyone, dancing takes many forms in creative arts and at Harmony we offer a platform for performers to shine.

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Learn to Dance and Perform

Young rappers, singers and DJs brought their own brand of music to Bolton town centre. Teenagers who take part in sessions at Harmony Youth Project in Halliwell, performed for shoppers and passers-by at their annual showcase event in Victoria Square on Saturday. More than fifty youngsters displayed their talents in solo and group performances at the event, which was organised with Bolton Council as part of celebrations to mark Black History Month. The show also included a talent contest to win the Andy Kerr Bolton Young Talent Award, named after a Bolton Youth Services employee, who was paralysed in a sports accident. The winners were Megan Rowe, aged nine, an Monique Jacobs, aged eleven, who performed a song-and-dance routine in front of passers-by. Group leader Charlie Barrett said: “The group goes from strength to strength and the talent on show on Saturday was a chance for people to see the work we are doing with young people. The weather held off and everybody doing their shopping seemed to enjoy the music.”