Friday, 27 April 2018

Learning to perform is child’s play

ESTABLISHED in the pretty Thames-side village of Wargrave in January 1992, the Madelaine Kelly School of Dancing has gained an

ESTABLISHED in the pretty Thames-side village of Wargrave in January 1992, the Madelaine Kelly School of Dancing has gained an excellent reputation for providing first-class tuition within a caring and highly creative environment.

The school now offers children’s classes in ballet, modern, tap and musical theatre.

Toddlers can learn creative movement, and there are also adult classes in ballet, tap and body conditioning as well as GCSE and A level dance on offer.

In addition to weekly classes the school organises workshops, theatre trips and summer dance courses.

Performing is also high on the school’s agenda.

Every pupil is given the chance to participate in the school’s biennial show. Other performing opportunities have included the Mardi Gras Challenge at Sadler’s Wells, the Reading Dance Showcase, Henley Literary Festival and more.

From the age of 12, pupils may audition for the Fledgling Youth Dance Company which is affiliated to the school.

The autumn term commences on Monday, September 16. For further information, or to register, please contact 0118 934 0060 or visit the school’s website:www.madelainekelly.co.uk

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