dancing school


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a school in which students learn to dance

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At its height her dancing school had more than 50 members.
By this time my mum, who ran the dancing school and gave the proceeds to charity, was about to give it up and offered me the dance school.
I decided to turn the dancing school into a business and devote myself to running it.
It was difficult juggling the two and all the travelling so I moved back to Woolton on a permanent basis and opened a second dancing school in Netherton.
Maybe she and her faculty spend time in their waiting room talking with parents and caregivers, educating them to the dancing school culture and building lasting loyalty to their program.
A RUGBY Irish dancing school is celebrating St Patrick's Day with a move to a new home.
The Hall Cullinane Dancing School, which previously practised in the Regency Club in Albert Street, was left without a base after hearing the club planned to close its doors later this year.
THESE youngsters from a Rugby dancing school are starry-eyed - and for good reason.
They were among children from seven dancing schools invited to take part in the Stars In Their Eyes project organised by Mardi Gras Promotions to give youngsters the chance to perform on a West End stage.
Eighteen dancing schools from around Kirklees will be taking part.
Conferees included artistic directors of dance programs in academic schools and dancing schools, such as William A.
LONDON'S bright lights beckon for four teenagers who have won places in two top dancing schools.
BEST FEET FORWARD: Moving on to new dancing schools are (clockwise from front) Shinead Byrne, Sammi Hackleton, Emily Eaves and Emily Hawgood.
They are hoping to hear from hundreds of dancing schools whose members want to take part in the biggest song and dance performance ever.