Dancers show RAW tal­ent

Isis Town and Country - - Life -

ABOUT 80 par­tic­i­pants aged be­tween five and 60 took ad­van­tage of a work­shop run by one of Bris­bane’s premier dance com­pa­nies.

RAW Dance Company stopped by Childers last week for the sec­ond time to run an event for the United Dance Work­shop, an or­gan­i­sa­tion run by In­can­des­cent Dance Stu­dio’s Michelle Brumwell.

RAW in­struc­tors TJ, Rachel and Ella were blown away by at­ten­dees and said it was “un­usual” to see “so much po­ten­tial and de­vel­op­ing tal­ent in one area”.

Mrs Brumwell said the dance company would re­turn next year.

“Keep sup­port­ing th­ese events to en­sure th­ese kinds of cul­tural op­por­tu­ni­ties can ex­ist in our com­mu­nity,” she said.

United Dance Work­shop or­gan­is­ers thanked all par­tic­i­pants and lo­cal busi­nesses for their support.

PHOTO: CON­TRIB­UTED

STEP­PING UP: The un­der-12 jazz class at last week­end's RAW Dance Company work­shop in Childers.

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