Dance show promises pure entertainment
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Children and teenagers from a long-running dance school will be taking to the stage on Cromer Pier for a feel good factor show.
Let's Dance 2013 features 150 students aged between three and 18 from Marlene's School of Dancing, on Louden Road, Cromer.
The bi-annual show will be performed at the Pavilion Theatre on Saturday, May 4 and Sunday, May 5 at 7.30pm and Monday, May 6 at 2.30pm.
Marlene Duniam, who started the school 23 years ago after moving from London, said: 'There is something for everyone and the show is guaranteed to get people up and dancing. It is the only show around that is pure dance.
'People who watch the show can expect pure entertainment and a feel good factor. It will cheer people up in this time of doom and gloom.'
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Mrs Duniam's youngest daughter Millie, 13, from Aylsham High School, will be in the show as well as her 26-year-old twin daughters Polly and Sophie.
The twins are professional singers and dancers and have performed in the Pet Shop Boys world tour.
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They started performing on Cromer Pier aged six before appearing in the Home Farm Twins television series.
The identical sisters have formed their own group My Bad Sister and will be performing their debut single Walk the Extra Mile.
'They have spent their life performing,' Mrs Duniam added.
The Let's Dance showcase will feature pretty performances from young pupils; a Strictly Come Dancing section; swing dance; street dance; and even Zumba.
As well as the usual ballet, tap, Latin and modern dance, the show will also include a beat boxer from The Garage in Norwich called Sub-Minor.
Mrs Duniam said: 'We are trying to make it cool.'
This will be the 10th show put on by Marlene's School of Dancing.
Tickets cost £13 for adults and £10 for children and concessions. A family ticket for two adults and two children will cost £40.
To book ring the box office on 01263 512495.