Priscilla, Queen of the Desert
2010 – 2011
A trip to the theatre in London in Autumn 2009 for several members of the team, which resulted in one member enthusiastically taking to the stage (and struggling to find his way off!), provided the inspiration for XS Latin’s 9th routine, Priscilla, Queen of the Desert.
2010 – 2011
After Hairspray, the XS Juniors were looking for a new and exciting challenge and so the coaches decided to give them the routine with which XS Latin adult team had won its third British National title in 2008 – Night Fever.
The routine, featuring songs like You Should Be Dancing, Staying Alive and How Deep Is Your Love, had proved very popular with the adult team and its supporters and so the juniors decided to rise to the challenge! Wearing blue dresses with black fringing, the team debuted the routine at the 2011 British Junior Championships.
2009 – 2011
The Nicest Kids in Town seemed a fitting way to open the first routine for the new XS Latin Junior team and so Hairspray was born as a latin formation routine! Much debate amongst the coaches and members of the adult team led to the selection of Hairspray, which takes its inspiration from tracks from the film. Good Morning, Baltimore, Run and Tell That and The Legend of Miss Baltimore Crabs all feature in the routine which finishes with the toe-tapping You Can’t Stop The Beat!