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STEPPING OUT

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A Comedy by Richard Harris
Directed by Heather-Elayne Day

“it entertains… hilarious, touching and incredibly camp”
– AMIE WEE, EXPRESS MAGAZINE

Set in a dingy church hall in early 1980s North London, Stepping Out is a warm and funny comedy about the lives, laughs and loves of a group of women (and one man) attending a weekly tap dance class. Despite treating the classes as social occasions and showing little co-ordination, the students slowly develop a level of skill and cohesion, and by the end transform into triumphant tappers.

WINNER OF 1984 EVENING STANDARD
AWARD FOR BEST COMEDY