Over the last few years I have danced with thousands of people across the land, given talks to tens of thousands of school students, raised over £100,000 for charity and ended up in hospital twice, yet lived to tell the tale – all by way of some extraordinary, unforgettable prancing adventures…

Dance America

Twice as far as my dance across Britain, without the motorhome and support crew and through the heat of the American summer.  The furthest anyone on the planet has ever danced.

Dance Britain for Burma

60 marathons in 60 days from the most northerly point of Scotland to the southern tip of England. I would become the first ever person to dance the length of Britain. What’s the worst that could happen…?

World’s Longest Dance

The world’s biggest and longest ever silent disco.  Lasting 5 days, 15 hours non-stop through day and night.  By the banks of the Thames in central London.  With 7,000 people.  And one person was going to try dancing all the way through it…

Glastonbury Festival

I’d managed 30 hours of non-stop dancing in training. All I needed to do was double that plus an extra half-day.  Through the wind, rain, mud, crowds, pain, hunger and amazing music…

London Marathon

Unbelievably, no-one had ever danced the thing before.  I wasn’t about to take a challenge like that lying down…

Tour of Britain

Where it all began.  Could I get people to be free to dance with me for Burma?  Would the great British public dance with a man in his pyjamas for an obscure cause in front of Britain’s famous landmarks?  It was time to find out.
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