Cats workshop children at Cromer dance school

Dancers from Marlene's School of Dance prepare for their show in May. Twins, left to right, Sophie a

Dancers from Marlene's School of Dance prepare for their show in May. Twins, left to right, Sophie and Polly Duniam from the band My Bad Sister. PHOTO: ANTONY KELLY - Credit: Archant

Dancing twins Polly and Sophie Duniam are returning to their home town to run a week-long school in the Easter break.

They will team up to lead sessions at the Marlene's School of Dance on Louden Road, Cromer, run by their mother.

The school is from Monday April 14-Thursday April 17 and aimed at youngsters with some experience of dance, but mostly 'plenty of enthusiasm', said Marlene Duniam.

The end result will be a No Boundaries show at the Sheringham Little Theatre on May 10.

The twins are professional singers and dancers and have performed around the world.

Youngsters will also be able to learn original West End choreography from Cats from professional musical performer Cameron Ball.

Sessions will be held on Sunday April 13 between 10am-10.45am for children aged six to nine, and 10.45am-noon for children aged 10 or over. They cost £5 or £10.

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Call 01263 515 288, email marlenedance@hotmail.co.uk or visit www.marlenesschoolofdancing.co.uk.

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