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Boy can they still tumble

Spelbound originals, Alex Uttley and Doug Fordyce made a very welcome return to the UK’s tv screens during the summer of 2014 as professional gymnasts on the BBC Saturday night programme, Tumble. Both of them now work as professional gymnasts/coaches and worked with TV presenter, Andea Maclean and Sugerbabe singer, Amelle Berrabah respectively. Well done […]

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Alice – we are all so proud of you!

All of us at Spelbound are so proud of former Spelbounder, Alice Upcott who retired from acrobatic gymnastics after one of the most succesful competions careers in our sport. She is now touring the World with Lord of the Dance Dangerous Games the new show created by dance legend, Michael Flatley. It features Alice in […]

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Helping to give young people a chance

In the run up to Christmas, Spelbound performed at the 2014 Spear Party in London in support of Spear. Spear is a charitable programme which helps 16-24 year olds in London not in education or working and we were delighted to support the evening to help raise much needed funds for a worthy cause.

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Spelbound supporting Sports Aid

Spelbound were honoured to be asked to perform at the SportsBall in London in November 2014. The black tie event supports SportsAid which in turn provides funding and support for existing and future sports stars in the UK.

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Making friends with Miranda

Spelbound will be appearing at a special charity show arranged by TV funny girl, Miranda Hart. The show is at Hammersmith on 7th November.

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Spelbound support Anthony Nolan’s Daisy Ball

Spelbound will be making a special guest performance at the Anthony Nolan Daisy Ball at London’s Grosvenor House Hotel in Park Lane, London on Saturday 10th May 2014. The annual event is to raise much needed funds for this pioneering charity which tackles the issue of blood cancer and bone marrow transplant registration. More details […]

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Boy can they still tumble

Spelbound originals, Alex Uttley and Doug Fordyce made a very welcome return to the UK’s tv screens during the summer of 2014 as professional gymnasts on the BBC Saturday night programme, Tumble. Both of them now work as professional gymnasts/coaches and worked with TV presenter, Andea Maclean and Sugerbabe singer, Amelle Berrabah respectively. Well done […]

POST Lord of the dance

Alice – we are all so proud of you!

All of us at Spelbound are so proud of former Spelbounder, Alice Upcott who retired from acrobatic gymnastics after one of the most succesful competions careers in our sport. She is now touring the World with Lord of the Dance Dangerous Games the new show created by dance legend, Michael Flatley. It features Alice in […]

POST Spear Party

Helping to give young people a chance

In the run up to Christmas, Spelbound performed at the 2014 Spear Party in London in support of Spear. Spear is a charitable programme which helps 16-24 year olds in London not in education or working and we were delighted to support the evening to help raise much needed funds for a worthy cause.

POST Sports Ball 2014

Spelbound supporting Sports Aid

Spelbound were honoured to be asked to perform at the SportsBall in London in November 2014. The black tie event supports SportsAid which in turn provides funding and support for existing and future sports stars in the UK.

About Spelbound

Spelbound consists of 13 acrobatic gymnasts who are all former or current members of the Great Britain Acrobatic Gymnastics Team. Between them, they have won a vast amount of medals in their sport both at national and International level.

They were catapulted into the public awareness after their first appearance on top rated ITV show, Britain’s Got Talent in April 2010 and went on to feature prominently in the headlines about the show before winning the live TV final in front of a watching audience of 15 million – one of ITV’s biggest hits of 2010.

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