Amazing Evening of Dance & Fun
An amazing evening was had by all at the Splitz Dance Academy’s Annual Show and Presentation Evening on Saturday 28 November at The Milligan Theatre. The academy’s students performed to an audience of over three hundred showcasing their talents in ballet, modern, tap and musical theatre. From the two year old’s who melted everybody’s hearts in their lion king costumes, the musical theatre group who impressed with their singing and the dance groups who showed true professionalism, all shone like stars to the delight of all, especially the principal of the school Stacey Caister who could not of been happier with the students and all their hard work. Over fifty numbers were showcased throughout the evening including routines from Annie, The Nutcracker and a Popular Salsa Section. This was followed by a prize giving rewarding the student’s outstanding exam results and achievements. The main awards this year were presented to Summer Caister-Coules who won the Dancer of the Year, Aimee Field who gained Star in the Making and Katie Ingram who achieved Most Improved Dancer. Class awards went to Ruby Cook, Nerea Bennet, Ruby Buss, Mae Barker, Lucy Sheppard, Cortney Fowler-Benton and Chloe Balcomb, with age group awards going to Lilah Titcombe, Sophie Mortan-Shaw and Freya Vicarey.
All students are now winding down to the end of term and looking forward to another busy year full of competitions, exams and presentations starting on Monday 4th January. Anyone wishing to join the academy based in Rye sport centre should please contact Stacey on 07812452153 or email [email protected]. Children are accepted from 12 months and first lesson is free.
Rye’s Own January 2016 (Copies still available Tel. 01303 814 874)
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