Queensland Ballet Dance Camp extended by popular demand

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After selling out their first January 2020 holiday camp, Queensland Ballet will extend its dance camp program at Venue 114, Bokarina offering another two day camp on Thursday, January 16 and Friday, January 17 from 9am to 3pm.

Created for children aged between 5 – 17 years, Dance Camp will help participants perfect their technique and allow them to practice their pirouettes under the careful guidance of Queensland Ballet’s teaching artists.

Participants will get creative with sets and costumes, learn current Queensland Ballet repertoire and develop choreography to share and explore with others.

An informal showing will conclude the camp and parents/carers are invited to attend and celebrate the achievements of all.

A ticket for the two-day dance camp is $130 per person and includes a Queensland Ballet dance camp t-shirt. Bookings are required as spaces are limited.

Zest coffee van will be open for coffees, toasted sandwiches and snacks.

Dates: Thursday 16 and Friday 17 January, 2020, 9am-3pm daily

Tickets: $130 for 2 days

Little Leapers 5-10 years / Ballet Movers 11-17 years

Book now on 07 5413 1400 or at: https://www.venue114.com.au

Venue 114, 114 Sportsman’s Parade, Bokarina



 

 
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