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young Stalham dancers step into light

PUBLISHED: 15:26 07 May 2009 | UPDATED: 13:52 03 July 2010

Young dancers from Stalham High School.

Young dancers from Stalham High School.

Young dancers from Stalham High School stepped into the limelight for three nights of performances at the school.

More than 400 friends and family packed out the audiences over the three nights to see the dance show, which included modern, Latin, American, hip hop and “cheese” and involved 45 students.

Young dancers from Stalham High School stepped into the limelight for three nights of performances at the school.

More than 400 friends and family packed out the audiences over the three nights to see the dance show, which included modern, Latin, American, hip hop and “cheese” and involved 45 students.

And the event also helped raise money for charity, with proceeds from refreshments going to the Nancy Oldfield Trust.

Highlights of the show included performances to the music tracks Hungry Eyes and Lose Control, which was performed by masked dancers.

"To see the 45 students in our finale made me feel so proud of their talent and the sheer effort they have put in to make the production a success. They have been a pleasure to work with. Rock on next year!" said PE teacher Cheryl Zeebroek .


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