Dancers de­light with spring spec­tac­u­lar

Kentish Gazette Canterbury & District - - Historical Decision -

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

Pic­tures: Chris Davey FM4709889

Rosie Lan­caster, 18, per­forms in the Si­mon Lang­ton Girls’ Gram­mar School’s spring dance show

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