Dame Barbara Windsor dances the tap in rare public appearances from the diagnosis of Alzheimer's

DAME Barbara Windsor made a rare public appearance after being diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease.
EastEnders star, 81, was in the Theater Royal Drury lane to see Bonnie Langford performing on Wednesday's 42nd Street The Musical.
Instagram Barbara Windsor has made a rare public appearance at the Theater Royal Drury Lane after being diagnosed with Alzheimer's. During the interval he crept into the Royal Box with Adam Woodyatt, who played Ian Beale, his wife Beverley and the husband of Bab Scott.
The crowd gave Barbara – who was diagnosed with Alzheimer's in 2014 – a standing ovation, which Woodyatt described as "so moving".
After the show was over, she was given a private tour of the theater where the stage was dancing on stage.
Scott, 55, said in the mirror: "It was a wonderful day, and the audience is the hottest person in the world for Barbara.
instagram Barbara managed to sneak into the Royal Box during the interval of the Instagram EastEnders with Adam Woodyatt with Dame Barbara Windsor, her husband Scott and his wife Beverley "It gives you such a pleasure to talk to everyone and see them all and not he never expects that reaction, then he did a makeshift dance on stage after the show.
"It's like two different people once he enters a theater.The old Babs emerge for a while. It's wonderful to see those moments."
They were at the Theater Royal of Drury Lane with actor Adam Woodyatt – who is Ian Beale in the BBC1 soap – and wife Bev.
Adam, 50, has published a video of Barbara in the Royal Box on his Instagram page.
Twitter Babs smiles for a photo with friends Bonnie Langford and Adam Woodyatt backstagePA: Press Association Barbara imagined with her husband Scott Mitchell, who will head the London Marathon on April 28th. He wrote: "During the interval we introduced it into the Royal Box and the response from the auditorium was so moving.
"After the show he also danced the tap, one day I will remember."
Last month, the TV legend made its first appearance in the room since its devastating diagnosis of dementia was revealed at the start of this year.
The ex-star of Carry On, 81, made a personal video message to call arms, inviting people to organize the London Marathon next year for the Dementia Revolution to raise funds and change attitudes in comparisons of the condition.
Her husband, Scott Mitchell, will spend his 56th birthday 26 miles along the capital along with a few currently unnamed EastEnders who wish to support their former colleague.
Barbara Windsor talks about Alzheimer's disease for the first time as she invites people to run the London Marathon 2019 for the dementia revolution
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In an exclusive interview with The Sun in May of this year, Scott took the courageous decision to finally reveal his illness, as it was becoming increasingly difficult to keep it secret.
He said: "We were really concerned about making the news public … but when we did it, it was an incredible reaction of love and support.
"The public support was amazing, they were so kind and compassionate."
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