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Meet the talented youngsters in the upcoming Norwich Theatre Royal Pantomime Jack and the Beanstalk

PUBLISHED: 14:52 01 December 2016 | UPDATED: 15:02 01 December 2016

Youngsters from the Central School of Dance in Norwich take to the stage in December for the Norwich Theatre Royal pantomime Jack and the Beanstalk Picture: Norwich Theatre Royal

Youngsters from the Central School of Dance in Norwich take to the stage in December for the Norwich Theatre Royal pantomime Jack and the Beanstalk Picture: Norwich Theatre Royal

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Superstar dancers aged between 6-11 from the Central School of Dance in Norwich are set to star in the upcoming Theatre Royal panto Jack and the Beanstalk.

Dee Jago, choreographer, who auditioned the youngsters said: “We’re looking for a good personality with lots of smiles.

“We need three groups for the pantomime which is around 30 youngsters and around 60 have auditioned.”

Pupils at the school, located on St Georges Street, had three hour long sessions in the Sundays leading up to the audition.

Adam Carpenter, co-principal, said: “They had to learn a song from Toy Story and a dance so that they felt prepared to come and learn Dee’s choreography.”

The chosen pupils then had to come to after school costume fittings to make sure they all fit and that they could still do the dances in them.

Each dancer has four costumes to wear during the panto.

Jack and the Beanstalk runs from Tuesday December 13-Sunday January 15 at the Norwich Theatre Royal.

You can get tickets here.

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