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Dozens dazzle at annual Premier Arts Christmas performance

PUBLISHED: 15:54 12 December 2017 | UPDATED: 15:54 12 December 2017

Performers at the Premier Arts Christmas show. Picture: Kate Frazer - Premier Photography

Performers at the Premier Arts Christmas show. Picture: Kate Frazer - Premier Photography

Kate Frazer - Premier Photography

Dozens of children from 10 different schools came together to show off their talents at an education group’s annual Christmas show.

Performers at the Premier Arts Christmas show. Picture: Kate Frazer - Premier PhotographyPerformers at the Premier Arts Christmas show. Picture: Kate Frazer - Premier Photography

Premier Arts welcomed pupils from various primary schools to perform in front of their parents at the group’s biggest shows yet.

Pupils from Ludham Primary, Great Yarmouth Primary Academy, Caister Academy, Ormiston Venutre Academy, Stradbroke Primary, Southtown Primary, Neatishead Primary, Somerleyton Primary, Cliff Park, and Premier Arts’s own Mini Groovers took to the stage together in a performance at the King’s Centre.

Liberty Grimmer of Premier Arts said: “With more than 400 parents attending the show it was an amazing experience for all involved and we can’t wait for the next one.

“At Premier, our aim is to inspire and engage as many young children as possible and we did just that.”

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