Red Hot Rhythm’s ‘Rhythm Junkies’ takes out an Australian Dance Award in Sydney

On Sunday night, Red Hot Rhythm received the Australian Dance Award for ‘Outstanding Achievement in Commercial Dance or Musical Theatre’ at the award ceremony held at the Sydney Opera House. The award was presented by Dein Perry, the creator of Tap Dogs, and Bill Simpson accepted the award on behalf of the team.

Yup. I know, right? Our heads are still spinning.


From Bill:

Just to have been nominated for the Australian Dance Awards, let alone shortlisted was such an honour…we were up against some serious competition and we knew it was going to be tough…

A huge thank you to the entire Rhythm Junkies team, the sponsors and supporters of the show, and of course the audiences who came along and supported us, and of course nominated it in the first place!

It’s still sinking in, but needless to say, I’m very proud of what we’ve achieved. Thank you all! – Bill Simpson, Founder & Director.

We’re hoping to share some more photos of the whole night soon, but here’s a fun little moment where the entire audience got involved in some Smooth Criminal style fun. We’re about 5 rows up, to the left of the centre stairs.


We’re very thrilled, and thank you once again to anyone who has supported the show.

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