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May 17, 2021

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BVSD Dancer of the Year for 2019 Charlotte Dods in full flight at the baddy in Sleeping Beauty. Photo Tree Faerie.

It’s that time of year when dance schools on the Far North Coast tighten their tutus, hop their hips and tap their toes for their annual end of year concerts.

Baby ballerinas, some getting their first taste of the bright lights. photo Tree Faerie.

One of the biggest schools in the area is the Brunswick Valley School of Dance, who with well over 200 students, performed their concert twice over the weekend, with themes of The Sleeping Beauty and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory before interval and a large variety section in the second half at the Murwillumbah Civic Centre.

Students danced over 50 items per show to capacity audiences both day and school principal (Miss) Ruby Jeffery said she couldn’t be prouder. ‘The dancers have done so well,’ said Miss Ruby. ‘I am so proud of us all. I have endless love for our BVSD family.’

Photos Tree Faerie


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