Pupils put on their dancing shoes
PUBLISHED: 11:58 18 February 2010 | UPDATED: 09:32 12 August 2010
PUPILS went under the spotlight in an annual school dance production. Some 116 girls from every year of Bromley High School in Bickley took part in Spotlight showcasing eight different dance styles from ballet to street and Irish to Indian.
PUPILS went under the 'spotlight' in an annual school dance production.
Some 116 girls from every year of Bromley High School in Bickley took part in Spotlight showcasing eight different dance styles from ballet to street and Irish to Indian.
The production, shown to more than 1,000 people last Thursday and Friday evening, was choreographed and produced by senior students.
Assistant producers Rebecca Cray, 18, Hannah Davies and Ahreni Athessan, both 17, said: "Having been involved with so many Bromley High dance productions over the years, it was such an honour to be asked to co-produce the show this year. We underestimated the amount of work that it takes to put together a production such as this.
"The huge efforts made by students, teachers and parents have definitely paid off, resulting in the show once again having been a great success. It has been a privilege to be so heavily involved with a production that is always one of the highlights of the school year"
Headteacher Louise Simpson said: "The evening was a true extravaganza of energy, style and skill and the girls should be very proud of their achievements.
"Along with the excellent quality of our drama and music, we are incredibly pleased to have pupils with such talents in the performing arts.
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