Erica Lau (Prince Charming), Jacinda Hackett (the wicked Queen) and Zijuan Elsol (Snow White) getting ready for their performance of Snow White at the Lismore Workers Club next Tuesday.
Erica Lau (Prince Charming), Jacinda Hackett (the wicked Queen) and Zijuan Elsol (Snow White) getting ready for their performance of Snow White at the Lismore Workers Club next Tuesday.

Quality dancing for Camp Quality

Mirror mirror on the wall, who’s the fairest dancer of them all?

To find out go to the Sharon Sidney School of Dance annual charity concert next Tuesday, December 1, at the Lismore Workers Club, which will include a pantomime of Snow White.

The concert begins at 7pm and organiser Heather Sidney said a range of dance styles would be showcased, with proceeds going to Camp Quality.

“There will be a Christmas scene with Mrs Claus, fairies, faerie queen, children from three years old and, of course, Santa himself,” Heather said. “You can see classical ballet, tap and some funky jazz.

Hawaiian Secrets, tapping with an Elvis medley and adult tappers will be special features on the night.”

Tickets at the door are $30 family (including nanna and pop), adults $15, and child/pensioner $8.


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