Vision dance school promises don’t-miss’ show
More than 50 dancers are to take to the stage tomorrow night as part of a dance school’s summer programme.
The Vision dance school’s summer recital will feature dancers aged from two up to adults. Angelina Hayward-Simas, director of Vision, said: “The dancers have been working very hard for six weeks getting ready for their dance show.”
The second annual summer dance show will feature ballet, beginner movement, tap, jazz, modern, contemporary, hip-hop, street jazz, boys’ hip-hop and street movement. Ms Hayward-Simas said: “This is a show you don’t want to miss, so come out and support these lovely dancers.”
She added last year’s recital was “a huge success” and that there was “nothing but positive feedback from the audience”.
The recital will be held at the Earl Cameron Theatre in City Hall starting at 7pm. Tickets are available at bdatix.bm
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