dance school


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a school where students are taught to dance

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THREE Merseyside dance schools were in the final of the Mardi Gras Challenge at London's Sadlers' Wells Theatre today.
Six performers from Three Spires Dance School, in Coundon, have secured deals worth around pounds 30,000 each.
So thank you everyone involved with the Sharon Collins Dance School and the Liverpool Empire for making us very proud parents.
They are all members of the Star Steps Dance School, which runs classes in Walsgrave and Brandon, who are aiming to raise money for new equipment.
He added a touching statement written by teachers and students at Sylvia Bird Dance School who described her as "the real deal" and "someone who had a vision for what she wanted.
Katie Parker, owner of the dance school, said: "I can't believe it has been a year since we opened the doors to FootwrX, what a year it has been.
The Ingleby Dance School, based at All Saints Academy, was set up in 2004 and now has 130 members on its books.
Marie Cullen, manager of the Hunters Moon said: "It is great that we have been able to raise such a brilliant amount of money to help Sparkles Dance school put some sparkle into their new dance hall.
Be part of this successful dance school, and join in our weekly classes.
My granddaughter's been dancing at Disney; It's somewhere in Paris they say, And most of her dance school went with her, It seemed like an awfully long way.
POPSTARS Streetdance is an established dance school that has been running dance classes throughout Cardiff and South Wales for 25 years.
11, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Adagio Ballet and Dance School (http://www.
The 13-year-old from Sunderland was scouted by the company earlier this year and now attends their acclaimed dance school in Leeds.
A DANCE school is the latest tenant to sign up for space at Merlin Business Park in Burscough, West Lancashire.
Meital learned how to belly dance from an Egyptian teacher in a London dance school and believes that "through cooperation between dancers we can achieve peace," Egypt's al-Masry al-Youm reported Israel's Hebrew paper, Maariv, as saying.