X Factor choreographer leads workshop at Clevedon School

PUBLISHED: 10:00 12 October 2018

X Factor choreographer Lukas McFarlane at Clevedon School working with their top dance students.    

Picture: MARK ATHERTON

X Factor choreographer Lukas McFarlane at Clevedon School working with their top dance students. Picture: MARK ATHERTON

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A top choreographer paid a visit to dancers at Clevedon School last week.

X Factor choreographer Lukas McFarlane at Clevedon School working with their top dance students.    

Picture: MARK ATHERTONX Factor choreographer Lukas McFarlane at Clevedon School working with their top dance students. Picture: MARK ATHERTON

Lukas McFarlane has choreographed for a string of X Factor stars over the years.

Now he has helped students produce a dance for Clevedon School’s open evening later this month.

Lukas led a question and answer interview with the school’s dance ambassador before taking a session with dance pupils.

Lukas won the popular television competition Got To Dance in 2013 and since then has gone on to choreograph at an international level, creating work for well-known companies UNIQLO and GAP.

X Factor choreographer Lukas McFarlane at Clevedon School working with their top dance students.    

Picture: MARK ATHERTONX Factor choreographer Lukas McFarlane at Clevedon School working with their top dance students. Picture: MARK ATHERTON

He has also worked with choreographer Brian Friedman to choreograph numbers for the X Factor.

Head of dance and drama, Deb Morgan, said: “Lukas is quite simply one of the best in the business.

“We are thrilled at his visit to Clevedon School and it will leave a tremendous legacy.”

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