Norwich urban music night staged by Cromer-based dance school

Polly Duniam (right) who has devised the No Rules show, pictured with twin sister Sophie.
PHOTO: ANTONY KELLY

Polly Duniam (right) who has devised the No Rules show, pictured with twin sister Sophie. PHOTO: ANTONY KELLY - Credit: Archant

A north Norfolk dance school is staging a night of urban dance and music at a Norwich venue this weekend - and hoping it might generate some cash for charity. Marlene Duniam's school at Cromer is putting on No Rules at The Garage this Saturday.

She said the night had been devised by one of her twin daughters Polly, over recent weeks while back in Cromer for phsyiotherapy sessions on an arm injured in a car crash.

Polly, 26, and her sister Sophie are well-known in the dancing, music and acting worlds having been backing dancers for the Pet Shop Boys.

The No Rules evening will involve 35 youngsters aged 11-17 from Marlene's School of Dance. Any proceeds will go the Starlight Foundation charity.

Tickets for the 7.30pm show on Saturday October 26 are £10 in advance, £12 on the door, children £5. Call 01263 515288.


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