Debbie Moore OBE and royal sculptor Frances Segelman joined Jo Goode on BBC Radio London to celebrate 40 years of Pineapple Dance Studios.
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40 Years of Pineapple
Debbie Moore, OBE, owner and CEO of the Pineapple brand, launched a year of anniversary celebrations in Covent Garden with a live sculpting by royal sculptor Frances Segelman on Thursday 21 March 2019.Read More
The Little Girl Who Did!
We were excited to see, in the Financial Times Lex column this week, a mention of Pineapple’s founder: “Another pioneer was Debbie Moore, founder of Pineapple Dane Studios. She sashayed on to its hallowed trading floor nine years later, the first woman to float a company on the stock exchange.”Read More
Leotards and leg warmers at the ready!
Carly & Ben guide you through a short history of the Pineapple dance brand and its beginnings in a former pineapple warehouse.
Debbie Moore attends the launch party for the next series of BNTM at Kensington Roof Gardens in London
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.
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.
“We are delighted to support the Getting Ready Dance programme as a lead partner through our Pineapple Community dance project. Our mission at Pineapple is to make dance accessible to all; Getting Ready Dance will be a vital partnership to help us support and encourage the next generation of those who wish to dance in London”
Debbie Moore OBE