06:00PM, Monday 17 April 2017
There was a plethora of pliés, pirouettes and piqués at an Easter holiday dance workshop.
The two-day event at Norden Farm Centre for the Arts, in Altwood Road, saw youngsters master a range of steps, turns and jumps.
Run by choreographer, teacher and producer Charlie Dixon, the group of about a dozen started training on Thursday, April 6, and by the next day were ready to perform to a live audience.
Marketing manager Alexandra Vander Borght said: “I think it was definitely an exhausting couple of days for everyone involved.
“There was a lot of dancing and it’s quite a full-on day, but everyone enjoyed themselves.
“And at the end they got a great ovation from their audience and it was great for them to learn some new skills.”
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