Debbie Moore and Michael Hamway
Debbie Moore attended the premiere of Jackie The Musical at the New Wimbledon theatre on 8 June 2016.
Jackie is a new musical choreographed by Arlene Phillips CBE, who is a close friend of Debbie. Arlene also taught at Pineapple Dance Studios in the early days.
Freddie Flintoff visited Pineapple Dance Studios in Covent Garden as part of the BBC Sports Relief 2016
Debbie Moore and Freddie had a quick chat between filming.
Pineapple founder Debbie Moore featured in a featured article in the Daily Mail print edition and online on the world’s most popular news website!
The article serves as a tribute to Debbie’s achievements in promoting the importance of dance to physical and emotional health.
Focussing on an eye-catching photograph from the early days of Pineapple, the Daily Mail recreated the pose with Debbie at Pineapple Dance Studios in Covent Garden.
In a wide-ranging interview covering all aspects of Debbie’s rigorous approach to fitness and health, the tough lesson we learned was that there is no way to avoid the hard work necessary to remain healthy and engaged – even for a super model!
Click here to read the article on the Daily Mail website.
PIC BY STEWART TURKINGTON
Debbie Moore celebrated International Women’s Day 2016 with Esther McVey at Greater London Reserve Forces’ & Cadets’ Association.
The focus of the day was leadership in business, mentoring and opportunities for women in the workplace.
Debbie said “Things are very different for women these days, there is much more mentoring for women. In the 1980’s I received lots of letters from women saying they wanted to start their own businesses but their husbands wouldn’t let them and they didn’t have any confidence!”
A Swinging Time was had by all!
Guest post by Twin Swing
The year ended with a BANG at Gigi’s Bar in Mayfair where we performed for an array of delightfully dressed guests! The real highlight of the evening was meeting Debbie Moore, OBE and founder of Pineapple Dance Studios, a truly inspirational lady!
Debbie Moore joined Edward Watson MBE at the unveiling of a new statue of his likeness at the Royal Opera House in January 2016.
Royal Ballet dancers Edward Watson and Lauren Cuthbertson are being immortalised in bronze sculptures as part of a new collection inspired by dance at the Royal Opera House.
The Royal Ballet Collection is a collaboration between the ballet company and British artist Michael James Talbot, and Debbie Moore attended the unveiling of the first four pieces of the series.
Debbie Moore attended the RNIB Gala Dinner at the Dorchester Hotel in London.
Debbie was the guest of Jack Petchey, philanthropist and Frances Segelman, sculptor to HM The Queen.
Debbie Moore, Frances Seigelman, Brenda Emmanus
The Gala Dinner was supported by Investec for a second consecutive year. The Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB) is the leading charity offering information, support and advice to almost two million people with sight loss.
RNIB help people who have lost their sight continue to do the everyday things they love. They help people see themselves and their future in a more positive light. RNIB campaign and work in partnerships to create a fairer, more inclusive society.
Click here to learn more about RNIB