DANCE pupils from an East Staffordshire school have put on a dance and musical theatre performance for fellow pupils, parents and visitors.
The performance at Abbots Bromley School began with a melody of classical dances from The Nutcracker, but also included a selection of musical theatre and modern dance numbers.
The performance featured year 13 pupils Holly Powell-Main and Emily Lunt, who have been offered places to study dance at the prestigious Royal Academy of Dance and Bird College, in London, in September respectively.
Holly performed her interpretation of the Sugar Plum Fairy during the evenings show.
Russell Alkins, director of dance at the school, said: “The performance gave both our vocational and recreational dancers the chance to showcase their exceptional dance skills and I am delighted by how well each pupil performed.
“We have an excellent team of dance teachers who work with the pupils to develop their dance and performance skills to the highest possible standards.
“This is alongside the excellent academic education available at Abbots Bromley School.
“We are delighted that so many of our sixth form leavers are intending to continue their vocational training at the very best London Colleges.”
The school is now offering ‘chance to dance’ workshops during April for pupils from years five to 11.
Places on these workshops for classical dance, musical theatre or both are free and can be booked by calling 01283 840232.