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Bright Lighters Sophie Davis, Brooke Rudgley and Emily Lloyd perform at Bright Lights annual awards evening.

Bright Lights Performance School is now entering its fifth year and has announced an expanded program of classes to be held in Byron and Ballina.

Bright Lights is a performance school for children started in 2004 by drama teacher Brian Dale and dance teacher Lee Purdie.

Bright Lights offers a two-stage drama/dance course over approximately two and a half school terms, at the end of which, each class performs a fully staged musical production at the Byron Community Centre.

Byron courses for Years 1-4 and 7-10 start in Term 1. Byron courses for Years 5 and 6 commence in Term 2. Byron classes are held at Byron Masonic Centre.

Ballina courses for Years 3-9 commence on February 28 at Ballina Masonic Centre.

Fees range from $10-12 per class. To enrol in Bright Lights Performance School, phone Lee Purdie on 6680 7860 or 0408 847 596 or visit www.brightlightsperformanceschool.com.au for more info.


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