Dance studio hosts Cape Town ballet artistic director

2016-03-15 06:00
KZN Dance Centre students with sisters, Kim and Bonnie Hayman and Robin Van Wyk. Photo: supplied

KZN Dance Centre students with sisters, Kim and Bonnie Hayman and Robin Van Wyk. Photo: supplied

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KZN Dance Centre sisters, Kim and Bonnie Hayman, recently hosted Robin Van Wyk, Cape Town City Ballet artistic director.

Van Wyk has been working with their pupils from their studios in Pinetown, Hillcrest and Curro HCA, while he set choreography from his ballet, Peter Pan.

A mini version of this ballet will be part of their upcoming show Showstopper 2016 will take place 15-17 June in the City Hill auditorium.

Included in the show will be a variety of ballet, modern, tap and hip-hop dances and performers range in age from two to 24 years.

For more information or to book tickets for the show, contact 031 765 2488 or email Monday to Thursday 12.30pm to 5pm.

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