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Schoolchildren to take to stage for big dance in Brighton and Hove
5:10pm Tuesday 19th March 2013 in News
Thousands of schoolchildren have been rehearsing for one of the biggest dance events in the country.
More than 2,500 performers will take to the stage at Brighton Dome’s Concert Hall for four days of dancing.
Audiences will be treated to 80 performances until Thursday as the best shakers in Sussex show off their best moves.
Performances will come from 51 primary schools, three special groups, four community dance groups, nine secondary schools, a university, a college and a private group of performers.
The young dancers have been rehearsing tirelessly in preparation for their big moment.
Performances start at 7pm at the Dome and tickets are available for £8.50 from brightondome.org/event/2913/lets_dance_2013.
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