Dickie Farr came to dancing later than most but, after graduating, how is his career shaping up?
Dickie didn’t start dancing until the age of 17. From graduating from MDDC in 2006, Dickie started his career as a Production Dancer for Costa Cruise Lines (Costa Europa, Costa Victoria).
From there he went on to fill the role of Dance Captain with Headliners Theatre Company for four years onboard P&O Cruises (Oriana, Aurora and Arcadia) before moving over to dance for Qdos Entertainment for Celebrity Cruises (Celebrity Infinity).
Dickie also, danced in Hong Kong and in various pantomime productions throughout the UK; Aladdin (The Victoria Theatre, Halifax) Jack and the Beanstalk and Dick Whittington (The Sands Centre, Carlisle)
Dickie now works as part of the creative team for Thomson Cruises, assisting, choreographing and installing production shows across the fleet.
As well as his his work with Thomson Cruises, Dickie is the choreographer for bands in London such as the war time trio, The Victory Sisters. As well as teaching at a variety of stage schools around London, he can still be found dusting off his dance shoes with a flashmob troupe in and around the capital.