Bromley dance school wins place in pantomime

PUBLISHED: 13:52 15 August 2016 | UPDATED: 13:52 15 August 2016

Panto Team from Studio 74

Panto Team from Studio 74


The school successfully auditioned for a panto at the Orchard

Youngsters from a Bromley dance school are to perform alongside Joe Pasquale after being chosen to star in the Orchard Theatre’s production of Snow White and the Seven Dwarves.

Studio 74, on St Augustine’s Avenue, was selected following recent open dance school pantomime auditions, which were attended by hundreds of local youngsters.

The budding stars will play the role of villagers in the show, alongside a professional cast of actors, dancers and musicians.

Natalie Foster, head of dance at the School, said: “Studio 74 is absolutely thrilled to have the opportunity to perform in this year’s pantomime at The Orchard Theatre.

“All our children are true stars and a real credit to Studio 74 Dance and Theatre School.

“We are buzzing with excitement and looking forward to being part of Kent’s biggest Christmas show.”

Chris Glover, theatre director at the Orchard, said: “Giving local children the opportunity to be part of our biggest show of the year is something we are very proud of [...] and we are thrilled that Studio 74 will join us for an unmissable Orchard Theatre pantomime.”

The panto will run from from Saturday, December 10 to Saturday, December 31.

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