More than 200 students from Lisa Meanwell’s Elite Academy of Dance based in Louth took to the stage to perform in the dance school’s annual show, this year called ‘Curtain call.’
A number of different dance genres were performed which included Ballet, Modern Theatre, Tap, Street Dance, Cheerleading and Acro.
There were also pieces incorporated with song and dance, alongside solo dances, duets and trios.
Children from as young as two years took part in the production.
Principal of the school, Lisa Meanwell said: “We’ve had snow and lots of sickness bugs but the show went on and the children were all true professionals.
“It was lovely to see them enjoying themselves on stage in their element and they all did a fantastic job.
“I’m so proud of them all. I’d just like to thank everyone who helped during curtain call and the run up to the show it’s very much appreciated everyone work as a family.”
Teacher at the school, Hannah White added: “The students loved being on stage and we had some fantastic comments about their standard, we are very proud of them all.”
On the final night of the show, Elite held their awards presentation with this years Dancer of the Year being awarded to junior dancer Alana Brown.