Introducing Horseshoe Theatre Company. Their debut play is a play written by the acclaimed British
playwright Richard Harris in 1984 called ‘Stepping Out’, a play which concerns eight individuals from
disparate backgrounds and with differing motivations who attend the same weekly tap dancing
class in a dingy North London church hall. Despite the students at first treating the classes as social
occasions and showing little co-ordination, they later develop a level of skill and cohesiveness. The
dance routines are the background for the focus of the play, the relationship and interaction of
Directed by the company founder and local lady, Anne Stringer.