The Royal Family on way to Gisborne

HONOUR THE CROWN: A 60-strong hip hop dance troupe The Royal Family have just rounded off a European tour with a stopover performance in China — and now they are coming here.

A 60-strong hip hop dance troupe The Royal Family have just ended a European tour with a stopover performance in China, and now they are coming here.

On Saturday night the high-energy company will showcase styles such as dance hall, house, gangsta and girlie to the beats of Missy Elliott, Rihanna and Nicki Minaj. The New Zealand tour is also a fundraiser to get The Royal Family to international championships in Arizona next month. Palace Dance Studio presents Honour the Crown at the War Memorial Theatre, Saturday, 5.30pm.

Tickets from Stephen Jones Photography or TicketDirect.

A 60-strong hip hop dance troupe The Royal Family have just ended a European tour with a stopover performance in China, and now they are coming here.

On Saturday night the high-energy company will showcase styles such as dance hall, house, gangsta and girlie to the beats of Missy Elliott, Rihanna and Nicki Minaj. The New Zealand tour is also a fundraiser to get The Royal Family to international championships in Arizona next month. Palace Dance Studio presents Honour the Crown at the War Memorial Theatre, Saturday, 5.30pm.

Tickets from Stephen Jones Photography or TicketDirect.

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