Anything Goes show at YMCA

131625f The senior street dancers, from their routine Suit and Tie, in Anything Goes, the new show by youngsters from Hatton's School of Performing Arts. Photo by Andrew Higgins  17/04/2013
131625f The senior street dancers, from their routine Suit and Tie, in Anything Goes, the new show by youngsters from Hatton's School of Performing Arts. Photo by Andrew Higgins 17/04/2013
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Anything Goes – literally in the next show from members from the Hatton School of Performing Arts at the YMCA Theatre.

The show will feature all the classes at the centre – from the youngest, Mini Movers, to the adult vocal group The Hattones.

And instead of a musical theme it will demonstrate what each class has been working on.

All pupilswill be taking part, from senior members who are auditioning for stage schools and schools and professional dancing work, to new members who have only been attending fora matter of weeks.

The show aims to showcase the progression made by all pupils, whether they have made small steps or large leaps.

There will be performances from all genres of dance including ballet, modern, disco and street while also demonstrating styles within the genres like differing styles of tap and jazz. Hattons

cheerleaders will be performing, as well as the breakdancing and acro classes. The acting class will be taking the stage, and the show will also feature the school’s solo and

group vocalists showing the singing and harmony techniques they have been learning,

Anything Goes is at the YMCA Theatre on Friday April 26 and Saturday April 27 at 7.30pm and Sunday April 28 at 2pm. Tickets are on sale now from the YMCA box office.