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Infinity Dance and Theatre School at The Barbour

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The Infinity Dance and Theatre School has been very busy over the last few weeks.

Our Youngsters
You never know, one of our youngsters might just be following in the footsteps of Darcey Bussell or Billy Elliot! They all performed at our annual dance show at The Barbour; rehearsing so hard from as early as September to ensure that families and friends had a wonderfully memorable evening.
After the performance, Father Christmas arrived and every performer received a small gift.
The image shows one of our students, Phoebe Tomlinson, receiving her gift from Santa — (in the interests of safeguarding, Pheobe's parents have consented to the use of this image).

Raising Monies for Alder Hey Children's Charity
Throughout our evening of entertainment, a total of £247.50 was also raised for Alder Hey Children's Charity.
Miss Amy's parents (Jill and Ian) are taking part in a sponsored walk along a section of the Great Wall of China, and this donatiion to their chosen charity, set their fundraising target off to a flying start. They have set up a 'Just Giving Page' with a target of £2000 so if anyone feels that they would wish to support them in their endeavours, then CLICK HERE to read their story. A huge 'THANK YOU' to everyone who has contributed so far.

Classes for Youngsters
These resume on 13 January.

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New Adult Ballet Class
Starts on Wednesday 18 January 10-11am.

If you would like to sign up to any of Infinity's classes please contact Amy on 07562 325736 or info@infinitydanceandtheatreschool.com

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