CEL­E­BRATE #2017:

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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.

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