When Craig David made his comeback at the end of last year, the pop world erupted with excitement. And now, it looks like his fanbase is getting even younger!
A video of a girl from Peterborough, dancing away to Craig David's new song has received more than four million views on Facebook.
Craig David found the video "so amazing", he posted it on his Twitter.
The music fan can be seen bopping away in the car with her father, who encourages her to showcase her moves.
As our sports presenter finished his sports segment we noticed a striking resemblance between him and Action Man, the subject of our next story!
The much-loved toy is now 50 years old and he was lovingly manufactured by Coalville-company Palitoy for a good chunk of that time
Shakespeare Steps: Sat 30th - Sun 31st January (Stratford-upon-Avon)
Visitors will be able to step into Shakespeare’s shoes and witness mini scenes from his life and works in a new interactive installation.
The Royal Shakespeare Company has commissioned the self-guided interactive tour to mark the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s death.
The free self-guided tour involves eight locations and will run alongside Stratford’s historic spine.
At each stop visitors can follow footsteps and speech bubbles painted on pavements that work as instructions for acting out mini dramas.
For prices, opening times and more information visit: www.rsc.org.uk/shakespearesteps
Play with Clay: Sat 30th - Sun 31st January (World of Wedgwood, Staffordshire)
Visitors can have a go at creating a pottery masterpiece this weekend at the World of Wedgwood. The family friendly event is open to all ages. Skilled workers will be on hand to assist visitors to have a go behind the potter’s wheel.
“People can literally pop in on either the 30th or 31st January to have a go – it’s the perfect activity for anyone out there wanting to start the year by trying something new.”
For prices, opening times and more information visit: www.worldofwedgwood.com
Circus Saturday: Sat 30th January (Gladstone Pottery Museum, Staffordshire)
Gladstone Pottery Museum are holding some special circus themed events this weekend.
Visitors can try their hands at hula-hooping, juggling, stilt walking and more in a Circus Skills workshop.
All ages can take part and there will be experts on hand to help.
“We’re really looking forward to our Circus Saturday, it will be a great chance for museum visitors to try a new skill and have some fun”
For prices, opening times and more information visit: www.stokemuseums.org.uk
Moscow State Circus: Fri 29th - Sun 31st January (Buxton Opera House, Derbyshire)
Moscow State Circus arrives in Derbyshire for three days. The brand new show is inspired by Russian folklore full of mystery and wonder.
Created especially for its first ever European tour, the show features a thirteen-person springboard troupe, a high wire ballerina and daredevil aerial divas.
“We are very excited to welcome the Moscow State Circus with some of the world’s most talented acts. It’s truly magical to watch children taking in circus for the first time and we expect lots of wide eyes during this show.”
For prices, opening times and more information visit: buxtonoperahouse.org.uk/moscow-state-circus#-info
Diva Wedding Fayre's: Sun 31st January (Town Hall, Birmingham)
Birmingham Town Hall will be hosting the Luxury Wedding Show this Sunday.
Brides-to-be will get the chance to explore displays and stalls from talented beauty and bridal boutiques and take a look at a variety of wedding goods to suit every budget.
There’ll also be a catwalk showcasing the latest designs in luxury wedding attire.
“The show is unlike any other with top quality exhibitors and lots of bridal treats including free goody bags and magazines and is all completely free!”
For prices, opening times and more information visit: www.divaweddingfayres.com
Bird Ringing Demonstration: Sun 31st January (Creswell Crags, Worksop)
Visitors will get the opportunity to get up close to the feathery residents at a bird ringing demonstration this weekend. Events will take place in the picturesque surroundings of Creswell Crags. Sorby Breck Bird Ringers will be delivering the event for those taking part on the Sunday.
“The bird-ringing events at Creswell Crags are a fantastic opportunity to get really close to a wide range of bird species that can be found here. You can never guarantee what might turn up… from tits, robins, through to the occasional Kingfisher”
For prices, opening times and more information visit: www.creswell-crags.org.uk
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