More than 300 students will perform on stage this weekend.

Students from Dorothy Stringer Secondary School, in Loder Road, Brighton, will take part in their annual dance show at the Dome on Saturday.

The evening will feature a variety of dance styles.

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The performances have been created from the school's extra-curriculum dance programme, dance lessons and students' own GCSE examination work.

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A spokesman for Dorothy Stringer said: "We are extremely fortunate to be able to hold our dance show in such an amazing Brighton venue and we strive to showcase the talents of as many of our students as possible, not only through the dances, but also the lighting and costumes.

"The occasion is a wonderful chance to showcase one of our school’s core values, creativity, and the opportunity is relished by our students.

"Huge thanks to all the school and Dome staff, and the students who have given their time and energy to make this year’s show happen for the whole community, as well as all the families and friends who support the event; we hope you all enjoy it."