Children prepare for song and dance show in Norwich
There were pirates, fairies and a whole variety of film and TV characters singing and dancing on stage at Norwich Playhouse today.
The children, aged from five to 12, were preparing ahead of a performance tonight.
In all around 50 children were brought together to perform a variety of routines and dances which included fairies singing and dancing to Michael Jackson's Thriller, a scene from Mamma Mia! and pirates performing to the Pirates of the Caribean soundtrack.
The children were there as part of a school holiday scheme.
They were taking part in Broadland district council's Tots2Teens programme's musical theatre activities.
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As part of the programme they were able to enjoy a two day professionally run theatre workshop that culminated in last night's performance.
The musical theatre course was run for the council by Dramactive.
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•For more information on the programme visit www.broadland.gov.uk/t2t or call 01603 430538.
•Have you been marking the summer holidays with a fun activity? Contact reporter Richard Wood on 01603 772423 or email firstname.lastname@example.org