CELEBRATE DANCE 2016 Review

Tuesday 28th June 2016

On Wednesday 8 and Thursday 9 June, our Queen Anne’s dancers came together to perform in CELEBRATE DANCE 2016. The show featured a collection of work that the girls have been working on over the last academic year from ISTD Dance examinations, GCSE Dance, Twilight dance companies and dance clubs with the girls performing a variety of dance styles including Ballet, Contemporary, Street and Tap plus some choreography by the girls themselves! Dancer Madeleine Pavey, provides her review below of this year’s performances:

“Another year has nearly passed at Queen Anne’s once again and the annual dance show has sadly come to an end. The dance show performed on the 8 and 9 of June was yet again a brilliant, fun-filled and slightly stressful evening. From the ‘TAPPERS GET BACK STAGE!’ from Miss Doodson to the supportive applauses of the wonderful audience, the dance show is always a wonderful evening that has such an incredibly high standard of dancing.

For weeks the girls have been frantically rehearsing, trying on costumes and figuring out how their costume changes would even be possible. However, on the night everything ran smoothly and both nights were huge successes. There were around forty dances with many students such Isabella Ritchie, Jodie Powell and Ella Yeo who sadly had their last performances with the school. Queen Anne’s, the dance department and the girls at Queen Anne’s will miss them greatly and their incredible dancing.

Well done to everyone in the dance show; it was a fabulous evening and thank you very much to Miss Sansone and Miss Marsh who prepared all of the dances and put the show together.”

Click here to view a selection of photographs from CELEBRATE DANCE 2016

 

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