Dancers delight with spring spectacular
A two-night dance spectacular at Simon Langton Girls’ Grammar School saw more than 200 youngsters take to the stage .
The Dance into Spring show featured pupils from all years performing a variety of routines, including one in which Year 7 girls donned bear costumes and danced to The Bare Necessities from The Jungle Book.
Some girls choreographed their own dances, and more than 400 parents and friends attended on Thursday March 16 and Friday March 17.
Dance teacher and organiser Anette Stucker praised her hard-working dance captains, Rosie Lancaster and Katie Nedderman.
The 18-year-olds both helped organise younger pupils and attended weekly rehearsals.
She added: “All the dancers were amazing on both nights and the performances were greeted with loud applause from parents.
“Every pupil is given the opportunity to perform in the dance show, and their enthusiasm and excitement just lights up on stage.”
Last week the Gazette carried images from the 2016 dance show. We apologise for the error.
Year 7 dancers donned fright wigs for their ‘Boogie Fever’ routine, while Year 11 girls
Rosie Lancaster, 18, performs in the Simon Langton Girls’ Grammar School’s spring dance show