Ready for The Dance Centre – Warwick showcase tonight and tomorrow are members of the senior ballet class (clockwise, from top) Tysharna Wright, Eve Kelly, Lachlan Doherty and Alexis Carey.
Ready for The Dance Centre – Warwick showcase tonight and tomorrow are members of the senior ballet class (clockwise, from top) Tysharna Wright, Eve Kelly, Lachlan Doherty and Alexis Carey. Karen Carey

Quality dancing sure to impress

IT'S more than just kids bopping around on stage in flashy costumes: These youngsters are capable of impressing audiences with their athleticism and grace.

Indeed some of them have been dancing together for nine years ... and they're only 14 or 15 years old.

Others have been dancing for fewer years but you can witness the development of skills in each age group.

The gamut of talent will be on stage at the Warwick Town Hall tonight and tomorrow night as The Dance Centre - Warwick (formerly KSD Performing Arts Academy) presents its annual showcase.

The performance team, which has had an exceedingly successful year on the eisteddfod circuit, will present some award-winning routines during the concert, several of which have not been performed in Warwick before.

The concert, themed Then and Now, will start at 6.30pm both days. Tickets are available at the door.



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