Local talent prepares to dazzle Bay with dance collaboration

2018-02-21 06:00
; Dancers from several dance schools from Nelson Mandela Bay will come together for a range of performances at the Savoy Theatre on Friday and Saturday.  Photo:SUPPLIED

; Dancers from several dance schools from Nelson Mandela Bay will come together for a range of performances at the Savoy Theatre on Friday and Saturday. Photo:SUPPLIED

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A COLLABORATION between various Port Elizabeth dance studios will see local talent keeping their audience entertained during a night of dazzling performances on Friday and Saturday.

Flamenco De Algoa’s Tablao Flamenco will be a fiery performance by Carlo’s flamenco dancers to live music. The musical talent will include Spanish guest guitarist Demi Fernandez.

Building on the first performance, the McWilliams Academy of Irish Dance will have spectators on the edge of their seats with no less than three energetic toe-tapping routines, namely Trave, Warrior and Reel Around The Sun.

Ellen Bunting’s Dance Academy will then thrill with a Broadway jazz group, as well as a sparkling tap dance and lyrical contemporary dance item.

This will be followed by a classical ballet performance by both the Susan Zerbst School of Ballet and the Walmer School of Dance, as well as a duet by two accomplished dancers, entitled Dance of the Fireflies.

Finally, the Debbie Ralph Ballet School will bring to life their version of Cabaret, a definite showstopper performed by senior dancers.

This initiative will be held to purchase a desperately needed air conditioning unit for the theatre.

The show-stopping performances will take place at the Savoy Theatre on Friday at 7:30pm and on Saturday at 6pm.

Tickets at R100 per person are available from Computicket or from Monica on 083 471 8893.

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