October Half-Term Classes 2016

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Just a note to let our pupils and parents know that we will be open for class as usual throughout the autumn half-term holidays with no time changes.

However there will be no private lessons for half-term week. These lessons will be resumed week commencing 31st October.

If you have any questions or want to clarify any information about class, please don’t hesitate to contact us.

Fun at the Jellicle Ball

From the West End to our Sheffield dance school… 

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We had a simply fantastic time last Sunday with Enric, a cast member of the International Cats Tour, who led a brilliant workshop for our pupils.

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Enric in costume & character on the professional Cats Tour

We were encouraged to get into feline character and learned a routine direct from the world-renowned show, as Enric taught us the Jellicle Ball. The professional choreography was fabulous and our pupils picked it up really well.

Many thanks to Enric for taking this class, we all had a great time and we wish you the very best with the tour.

We hope you enjoy the slideshow of photos below, there is also a video available on our Facebook page, please click here.

 

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Once Upon A Time 2017

 

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We’re thrilled that two of our pupils will be appearing in Worksop Light Operatic Society’s Christmas pantomime, Once Upon A Time, this January! Well done to Kodi and Callie Cunningham for winning places in what is sure to be a magical Christmas treat!

Kodi will be playing the Genie while Callie will be a dancer. The show will take place from the 11-15 January 2017 at the Acorn Theatre, Worksop.

This takes our current tally of children performing in local pantomimes to 27, and we couldn’t be prouder!

Tickets will be available soon and updates can be found on the Society’s Facebook page, please click here. There will be group booking rates on offer.

Class of 2015/16

Today marks new beginnings for some of our lovely class of 2015/6.

Eve Wilson will go back to Newcastle University where she will start her second year studying Food Nutrition and Marketing. Elle Longden-Lyons who is currently a trainee teacher with us now and has been attending the school since the ripe age of 2 years old is planning her next dance qualifications and steps towards a possible summer in Camp America.DSC_0145

While Isabelle commences her Musical Theatre degree at the University of Chichester, Sheffield Hallam will be receiving two lovely young ladies into their degree programmes: Molly Barrowclough and Megan Clixby, both trainee teachers of ours, will be making a start on their freshers’ week today. Molly will be studying Early Years with QTS and Megan will be studying Adult Nursing.

These girls have been with us a long time and we’ve got rather attached to them! We hope all your paths lead you to success, and we will be following your progress with great interest. We’re very proud of all of you, and wish you all the best. We look forward to seeing you soon!