Hemsby dancer takes big steps
A TALENTED dancer is taking a big step towards achieving her dream of a professional stage career.Laura Eagle-Sayer, from Great Yarmouth, will be starting a dance degree next month.
A TALENTED dancer is taking a big step towards achieving her dream of a professional stage career.
Laura Eagle-Sayer, from Great Yarmouth, will be starting a dance degree next month.
Dancing at the age of five, Laura, 18, has performed in shows for Hemsby Harlequins and gone on to become a full-time dancer and swimmer at the Hippodrome theatre.
Hemsby Harlequins donated �400 towards fees for the course at the Masters Performing Arts College, in Essex.
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There are no student loans for courses at dance colleges, so Laura has contacted trusts and companies for support and sponsorship towards her fees.
She said: “I would like to say a special thank you to Estelle Clifton for all her help and support over the past 10 years without her guidance I would not be fulfilling my ambition.”
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