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Young Suffolk dancers to take to the stage to perform The Princess and the Frog

PUBLISHED: 10:19 27 April 2018 | UPDATED: 10:27 27 April 2018

The Marwyn School of Dancing during their dress rehearsal for The Princess and the Frog. Picture: ALEX CAMERON

The Marwyn School of Dancing during their dress rehearsal for The Princess and the Frog. Picture: ALEX CAMERON

Aspiring Suffolk dancers will be taking to the stage this weekend to give a performance of the classic tale of The Princess and the Frog.

The Marwyn School of Dancing is performing The Princess and the Frog at Seckford Theatre. Picture: ALEX CAMERONThe Marwyn School of Dancing is performing The Princess and the Frog at Seckford Theatre. Picture: ALEX CAMERON

The show is a combined production by the Ipswich and Felixstowe branches of the Marwyn School of Dancing, who have been providing dance lessons in the area for over 40 years.

This weekend’s show’s will showcase the work of 85 of the current pupils – aged three years and up – from the school have achieved in the last year under the guidance of principal Jackie Bloomfield and her team of teachers.

Jackie said: “It’s a dream come true to have two grandaughters dancing in the show.”

The show will be taking place at The Seckford Theatre in Woodbridge on Friday April 27 and Saturday April 28 at 7pm.

Children from the Marwyn School of Dancing during their dress rehearsal for The Princess and the Frog. Picture: ALEX CAMERONChildren from the Marwyn School of Dancing during their dress rehearsal for The Princess and the Frog. Picture: ALEX CAMERON

Tickets for this weekend’s shows can be purchased in advance from www.easternangles.co.uk or by phone from the box office on 01473 211498.

The price of tickets is £13.00 for adults and £6.50 for children (under 18).


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