Dance students take their bow on the West End stage

September 29 2017

Forty children from the ages of ten to eighteen are to get the chance to perform at one of the iconic London theatres in October.

Forty children from the ages of ten to eighteen are to get the chance to perform at one of the iconic London theatres in October.  

The Sharon Phillips School of Dancing, which has a base in Alveston,  is taking part in the Young Performers show at Her Majesty's Theatre. 

Sharon told the Voice: “It is a great opportunity to be able to give the children a chance to dance on a west end stage where Phantom of the Opera is staged.”

The girls have been rehearsing since April, performing two ballet dances and one modern dance. The costumes have been ordered from America.