More than 160 Horsham School of Dance students took to the city’s town hall stage on Sunday for their annual concert. Items included classical ballet, hip-hop, Irish, and for the first time, musical theatre styles.
More than 160 dance students joined for a mass ‘celebration’ for Horsham School of Dance’s annual concert.
Dancers, from as young as three to adults, danced classical ballet, hip-hop, Irish and, for the first time, musical theatre styles for the event at Horsham Town Hall.
Dance instructor Karen Booker said the ‘celebrations’ theme gave dancers the chance to explore some of the more joyful and exciting times they experienced.
“We included the festival of Diwali for the first time and Halloween – celebrations that might not be so familiar – which allowed even more colour and contrasting dance styles to be a part of the program,” she said.
“As well as celebrating all those special times of the year, it was also a celebration of dance.”
CELEBRATION: Dancers ‘Celebrate #2017’.
PERFORMER: Young dancer Adele Meyer.
STREET BEAT: Jorja Clode in action. Pictures: PAUL CARRACHER
TEAM: Horsham School of Dance students, from front left, Teash Yates-joyram, Claire Longstaff, Zoe Brennan, Grace Hermans, front, Regan Woodhart, Lucy Hudson and Lucinda Ferguson during their annual concert at Horsham Town Hall.