Talented Brent dancers showcase their fleet-footed skills
Pupils from the Michelle Bourne Dance Company starred in their own production
Fleet-footed children from Brent schools starred in a huge dance show.
Pupils from St Jospeh’s Primary School in Waverly Avenue, Wembley, and St Margaret’s Clitherow Primary in Quainton Street, Neasden, took part in the extravaganza.
The children have been taught by the Michelle Bourne Dance Company which staged the production last week at the Lyric Theatre in Shepherds Bush.
The performance starring 158 young dancers featured tap, ballet, street and jazz and modern dance routines.
Children from schools in Shepherds Bush and Fulham also appeared.
Ms Bourne said: “All the feedback from parents has been nothing but fantastic. Everyone had a lovely time and remarked on how professional the children were.”
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The show was filmed and will be premiered at the Vue cinema in the West Shopping Centre, Shepherds Bush, from 11am on July 7.