Autumn Season Confi-dance

PUBLISHED: 14:52 01 October 2010

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Confi-dance are getting ready for three shows before the end of the year.

'Britains Got Taste' Confi-dance production 2009

Now coming up to their 4th year Confi-dance has gone from strength to strength and has now taken up residence in Seaton Town Hall

The children are now in serious preparation for their autumn season, which is actually their fourth show of the six scheduled this year.

Shakespeare Recycled kicked off 2010 in February, with a performance of Shakespearean-style skits and songs.

Then came Lost in Musicals 2 in March and then, in July, ‘Come Rain or shine’ hit the stage.

All three shows have proved popular.

On Saturday, October 9, the children will be showing off their theatrical skills in a fundraiser showcase.

Included in the show will be a performance of their summer school production, the sketches in the competition held earlier this year in which the winner, Bryanna Kilroy, won a year’s free tuition and also songs and routines that they have chosen to perform.

The next show, on Saturday, November 27 is ‘We are the world’, which will be a cabaret buffet evening with entertainment from the members of Confi-dance performing songs and dances from around the globe.

Finally, on Saturday, December 18, there will be a whole day of entertainment with the children singing carols in the morning and performing magic in the afternoon for a children’s party, where guests can visit Santa, as well as enjoying some fun and games.

The day of festivities will finish off with an evening of variety, entertainment, mulled wine and mince pies.

These shows are all for one night only and tickets for all three are now available at Seaton hobby shop.

All tickets are £6 each, but if you buy for all three shows, the cost will be £15 starts.

For more information call (01297) 23474.


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