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Since 2001, the School has been given the opportunity to enter a group of dancers for the senior section of the Mardis Gras Challenge, a prestigious biennial event held at the Sadler’s Wells Theatre. The experience of performing at one of the worlds' most famous dance venues is something our young dancers will never forget.
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Students are encouraged to attend workshops which are organised on a regular basis. Past workshops have included visits from the Ballet Rambert, English National Ballet, the Henri Oguike Dance Company, Tim Noble and Kelly Rainford.
Theatre Trips

Pupils are also encouraged to visit the theatre as often as possible with school trips organised whenever possible. Past trips have included visits to the Wycombe Swan, the New Theatre, Oxford, Sadler’s Wells, the Peacock Theatre, the Bonnie Bird Theatre and Covent Garden.
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Performance Opportunities

Whenever possible, students are given the opportunity to perform with everyone given the chance to participate in the school’s biennial show. 2007’s show Dancing Feet was held at the Bearwood Theatre, Wokingham from 16 – 18 March. Click here to read a review.

Students regularly perform in Wargrave Theatre Workshop productions. Click here to see photos of Beauty and the Beast.

Summer School

The annual summer course has become a popular event in the school’s calendar which is designed to give children the opportunity to participate in a variety of dance styles. This year’s action packed five-day course takes place between the 31 July– 4 August and will include warm-ups, song and dance routines, experimenting with choreography, make-up and hair sessions and the opportunity to design costumes. The course is designed for all ability levels and is open to students aged 7 -17 years.

Summer School 2017 Registration Form



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Supporting the NSPCC

Following our first show in 1996 at the Woodclyffe Hall, Wargrave when the proceeds of £600.00 were donated to the NSPCC, the school has continued to support the charity. To date approximately £22,000 has been raised.