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Sunday, 19 April 2015

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Michelle Stephenson School of Dance show in Ulverston

HUNDREDS of children showed they were born to dance when they took to the stage in Ulverston.

The children – who attend the Michelle Stephenson School of Dance – took to the stage at the Coronation Hall over three nights last month.

Michelle Stephenson, who runs the school at St Mary’s Social Centre, in Victoria Road, said: “We wanted every child who attends the dance school to have the opportunity to take part and enjoy the experience of performing on stage.

“We have been practising for 12 months – there was a variety of dance styles and disciplines to include, classical ballet, modern, jazz, tap and singing.

“We sold more than 1,000 tickets with, Saturday night selling out.

“There have been so many good comments – people saying it was a polished performance, very entertaining, with good variety and very slick.

“The children really enjoyed all three performances and look forward to our next show in three years’ time.”

She also thanked the 50 volunteers who helped each night of the show.

The performances – entitled Born to Dance 2012 – were held in aid of St Mary’s Hospice and the charity Help for Heroes, which supports injured soldiers.


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