Killarney School of Dance performers (from left) Ayden Gillam, Jordie Pike, Amy Hain, Chantelle Cameron and Kaitlin Burton at the Warwick Town Hall.
Killarney School of Dance performers (from left) Ayden Gillam, Jordie Pike, Amy Hain, Chantelle Cameron and Kaitlin Burton at the Warwick Town Hall.

Dancers showcase talents

THERE were two full houses at the Warwick Town Hall when the Killarney School of Dance held its dance recital paying homage to Music that Shaped the Millennium, 1901-2000.

School principal Hanneke Taylor said the event was the end-of-year concert.

“Two hundred and twenty performers were involved, which is the majority of our students,” Ms Taylor said.

Of the 220, nine are boys.

The town hall was full for the Saturday night performance and again yesterday afternoon, and a large crowd enjoyed the first performance on Friday night.

Ms Taylor said the support from the crowd was fantastic.

“The Killarney School of Dance is growing all the time,” Ms Taylor said.



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