Published Friday, 01 March 2013
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Almost 4,000 have registered so far with just a few hundred more needed for their bid to stage the biggest choreographed song and dance routine ever.
They'll have to perform the hard knock life routine from the Annie musical in three minutes in unison to break the record, and it's all in aid of charity.
"It's really like 'Simple Simon Says," explained Sandra Biddle from Foyle Speech and Drama.
"I will shout out instructions and you will do the dance moves. So come along and help us get the record, but more importantly help us raise much-needed funds for the Foyle Hospice!"
With the current record set at 4,500 by a group in India, organisers are hoping to encourage just a few more dancers to join in - and the entire Derry City first team will also be there.
Registrations will be open from 11am at Ebrington Square on Saturday before a few practice runs at noon ahead of the record attempt at 1pm.