King’s Lynn dance school pupils set to star in Annie
Pupils from a King's Lynn dance school told of their excitement as they prepare to star in the timeless tale of Annie, which is coming to the town next month.
The girls from the Noise and Chance Dance School are busy in rehearsals and are set to star alongside Su Pollard as Miss Hannigan and David McAlister as Daddy Warbucks in the show, which is running from March 7 to March 12 at lynn Corn Exchange.
They are Lillie-Anna Kirkpatrick, eight, Jessica Kay, 10, Emily Clark, 10, Harly Seekings, 11, Ceylan Onurlu, 11, Maisie Chandler, 12, Lauren Ashby, 13, Rebecca Williams, 12 and Olivia Grummett, 12.
Rebecca said: 'I was really excited when I found out because it is a really big opportunity but I think I will be a bit nervous on the first night.
'What I have found interesting is the differences between the movie and the scripts I have seen.'
Olivia added: 'This is really going to be a once in a lifetime opportunity and to be asked to be one of the orphans is amazing. When I found out I was stunned and I couldn't believe it. I am really looking forward to performing on the stage and in front of lots of people.'
Trina Lee, principle of the school, is delighted that her dancers have been chosen to take part.
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She said: 'It was such a lovely surprise to hear that our school had been selected to provide nine orphans for the production of Annie.
'I was immediately excited for the children and after much deliberation the nine orphans were chosen.
'It was not an easy task, as this opportunity is something most little girls can only dream of.'