Dancers showcase their skills
MEMBERS of a dance school busted their best moves as part of a showcase.
Sylk Dance Academy, based in Broken Cross, celebrated its 6th anniversary with more than 100 children performing to friends and family.
The youngsters aged three to 16 came showed off their street dance, commercial street dance, cheerleading, breakdance and contemporary dance moves.
One of the highlights included the all-boys breakdance group.
Teacher Rikki Prince said: “The boys are a pleasure to teach and they work incredibly hard in class to get some great results.”
The Street Totz group, featuring children aged three to six, was another hit moment for the 300 spectators.
Rikki added: “The show was an opportunity for the dancers who are part of the dance school to perform and display their achievements over the last year.”
Meanwhile, the Sylk Dance Academy competition team ‘Hazard’ celebrated a third place in the BDO British Street Dance Championships in Blackpool. The competition also saw two solo dancers making it to the soloist finals.
The academy’s dance teams are now preparing for their next competition on may 24.
For more information on classes please visit the website www. sylkdanceacademy@ hotmail.com.
The dance school was started by Amy Mayers, 28, in 2009.
It runs classes at Fallibroome Academy, Macclesfield Leisure Centre, Broken Cross Club and Weston Community Centre.
●● The all-boys breakdance group, inset, three-year-old Mila-Brooke Cafferky, a member of the Street Totz group