Ranvitha, Y8, was selected by The National Youth Ballet of Great Britain to join the cast in their 30th Anniversary production, Time in Motion.
Ranvitha has spent the second half of August rehearsing at the Elmhurst Ballet School in Birmingham before she performed at the Crescent Theatre, Birmingham and Sadler’s Wells in London. She had a great time working with eminent dancers and choreographers.
Time in Motion featured seven short ballets linked together, with traditional and contemporary works set to music by composers such as Saint-Saens, Delibes and Britten. The performances were said to be absolutely amazing!
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Over the course of the summer term, year 9 students have been working on a cross-curricular dance and drama project on the issue of cyberbullying. Their task has been to devise a performance which includes both disciplines and aims to teach a year 7 audience about cyberbullying – encouraging the audience to consider the problems with misusing social media and the impact that this can have.
The pieces were then performed in front of year 7 and were a real success. Year 9 were incredibly creative in the various ways they chose to share their message on cyberbullying and students imaginatively used music, lighting costumes and props to enhance their performance. Well done year 9 and thank you for being a great audience year 7!
Grace S, Year 7, was awarded the Senior Class Prize at the Northern Heats of the ISTD Janet Cram Awards 2017 on Sunday. She competed in the Senior Section (11-15 yrs) and will travel to London for the Grand Finals on 18th June.
Last night was the annual dance production at The Garrick Theatre.
It was a spectacular success and congratulations to every girl performing. The 26 dances inspired by the letters of the alphabet looked incredible with lights, costume and the biggest smiles from the performers. For several months the girls have worked to create and rehearse many dances which looked extremely professional and were an inspiration for the audience.
I am so very proud of every performer and it is a pleasure to work with such committed, dedicated and talented girls.
AGGS Dance Production
Garrick Theatre, Altrincham
Thursday 9th February 7pm
Tickets available from reception, Adults £7, Concessions £3