FREE TO DANCE: A stand-out experience for all Free to Dance sees ordinary 33 year-old teacher Ben Hammond attempt something extraordinary to raise awareness of the situation in Burma – a new world record for the longest dance in the world: 131 hours, over 5 days. It takes place live at an incredible public location on the banks of the river Thames, London’s iconic amphitheatre The Scoop at More London, from 11th to 16th October. Free to Dance is about ordinary people doing extraordinary things, including everyone in a totally unique, freedom-filled event, using everyday freedoms to support those with none, and just having fun, letting go and being free. Free to Dance is an awareness- and fundraising campaign of LearnBurma, a registered non-partisan educational charity (number 1139662) dedicated to opening the eyes of millions of young people to the situation in Burma, and inspiring a new generation to make a difference to it. Through campaigns such as Free to Dance, by training teachers, students and Burma supporters in the UK, and by linking schools together globally, LearnBurma brings Burma alive. See http://www.learnburma.org for more.