Let’s Talk About Guts, Baby!

19th September 2019

Guts UK enlisted the help of the Audrey Spencer School of Dance to sing ‘Let’s Talk About Guts, Baby’ from the stage of the Huddersfield Food and Drink Festival in the Summer of 2019.

The performers grooved the afternoon away at the festival, to our very own and very unique version of Salt n’ Pepa’s ‘Let’s Talk About Sex’.┬áHaving already decided the tune was a perfect fit in the Huddersfield Office, all we needed was a team of young, talented and enthusiastic volunteers willing to perform in front of thousands…

Audrey Spencer School of Dance jumped at the chance to help Guts UK spread the word and spark an important conversation about gut health.

 

The young dancers took straight to the challenge and performed for thousands of attendees at Huddersfield Food & Drink Festival.

Thank you to the incredible performers for spreading the gut love and raising awareness of conditions of the gut, liver and pancreas!

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