Dance the night away!

This bunch of local tappers are just some of the many local children who will be performing at the Sharon Sidney School of Dance annual charity concert next Tuesday, November 28, at the Lismore Workers Club.

A fundraiser for Camp Quality, the concert features performances in all types of dance, including classical ballet, tap, jazz and hip hop.

We have all ages performing, some from just three years old, and its just a fabulous night of entertainment, said dance teacher Heather Sidney. Its a whirlwind of colour and energy with Santa Claus, forest sprites, mischievous maids, cowgirls, adult tappers and lots more taking centre stage.

The concert is compered by Wilson Cregan and begins at 7pm. Tickets (available at the door) are $10 for adults, $5 for kids and pensioners, or $25 for a family, which includes nan and pop.

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