Published: 00:01, 06 July 2014
A Faversham Zumba teacher has been dancing her way to stardom with a new film released this week.
Mrs Brown’s Boys D’Movie has just hit the big screen and Leigh Miles choreographed all the dancing.
The film is based on the sitcom Mrs Brown’s Boys and is co-produced by That’s Nice Films, Penalty Kick Films and BocFlix.
She said: “I feel very lucky and privileged to be involved with the film. Working on it was great fun and all the cast are really lovely people.
“It is fantastic how popular Mrs Brown is, and especially in Dublin, where people were lining the streets to catch a glimpse of her.
“When I saw the preview, I had butterflies in my stomach as the red curtains opened and the music started and the massive universal logo filled the cinema screen.
"I am delighted at the outcome of the dance sequence and all the Mrs Browns fans will love them.
“You can also catch me dancing at the very end of the film – but don’t blink!”
The film will be at the Royal Cinema in Middle Row in Faversham in July.
Leigh runs Zumba classes across the town and has choreographed many shows, including Paul O’Grady’s, the Royal Variety Show and many of the Generation Games.
She is working on a new comedy for BBC 3 called Crims.
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