Diversity danced their way into the nation’s hearts overnight, after Wowing both the judges and general public with their show stopping routines on hit variety show Britain’s Got Talent in 2009. Walking away as the clear and deserved winners of the show, the dynamic dance group were propelled into the spotlight and have used that platform to launch themselves to the very top of their game.
The dance group originally from East London is comprised of 10 boys from the age of 13-25. There are a three sets of brothers within the group and all of the guys have grown up together, providing the group a unicity and natural chemistry you simply can’t teach. Leader and choreographer of the dance group Ashley Banjo is continually producing innovative and inspiring routines, which have left the performers high in demand for guest TV appearances, Celebrity events and elite private parties, creating the WOW factor wherever they go.
Since performing at The Royal Variety Performance in 2009, the Diversity boys have been fortunate to dance worldwide, in front of the Queen, the Prime minister and at the Michael Jackson Tribute Concert. In 2012 the dance group embarked on a mammoth all arena tour, which proved to be a sell- out success, in addition to three further sell out tours in UK and Ireland. Each tour had its own original theme which was captured in the outstanding dance routines, including the extremely successful Diversity’s tour (Bringing A Toy Story To Life) and the revolutionary Digitized tour (Trapped In A Game).
Guaranteed to deliver stand-out performances the Diversity boys have received outstanding reviews for every event they’ve performed at. With the clever collaboration of music genres, such as classical and hip hop, the boys consistently produce a captivating experience for their audience. Emissaries of their motivational motto 'Dream, Believe, Achieve', the Diversity boys are a truly inspirational example of what can be achieved with hard work, devotion and belief, which is always translated through their thought provoking performances.