Newcastle dance school that taught Cheryl to put on huge showcase

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Newcastle Dance Centre will be putting on a huge show for 2023.

Newcastle Dance Centre (also known as NDC), is a family-run business that has been teaching people in Newcastle to dance for almost 100 years.

Established in 1931, the dance centre which is currently located on Grainger Park Road has taught many people over the years, including Geordie pop icon, Cheryl and presenting duo, Ant and Dec.

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Newcastle Dance Centre teaches a variety of dance classes including tap, ballet, freestyle, performing arts and more. Fitness classes are also available.

The classes are offered in age groups, which include toddler classes, infant classes, junior/senior classes and adult classes. Individual tuition is also an option for those looking for one to one teaching.

The classes are designed and provided by a team of highly qualified dance teachers, including the principals of the dance school, Michael Conway, Mavis Whiteside and Hayley Conway.

Newcastle Dance Centre will be performing a huge stage show to the public in April, named Showtime 2023: Inspiration 2.0. They made the announcement of the show via a Facebook post, alongside a poster which includes imagery of the Tyne Bridge, the Queen and more, giving us an insight of the stories that will be told through dance.

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The show is open to the public to watch the talents of both the staff and students at Newcastle Dance Centre. There are four shows in total across two dates. On Saturday, April 29 there will be a 1pm show and a 7pm show. The following day, Sunday April 30, there will again be two shows, at 1pm and 7pm.

Showtime 2023: Inspiration 2.0 will take place at The People’s Theatre in Heaton. To book a ticket, email [email protected].

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