Queensland Ballet Dance Camp returns to Venue 114

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Aspiring dancers are encouraged to limber up with Queensland Ballet returning to council’s Venue 114 to present a fun two-day dance camp during the January 2020 school holidays.

The camp incorporates two categories – Little Leapers for 5-10 year old children and Ballet Movers for 11-17 year olds.

Under the careful guidance of Queensland Ballet’s teaching artists, participants will learn current Queensland Ballet repertoire, develop choreography and get creative with sets and costumes.

An informal showing will conclude the camp which parents/carers will be invited to attend.

All participants will receive a Queensland Ballet dance camp t-shirt.

Participants must bring their own lunch, drinks and snacks.

Tickets are $130 per participant.

The camp will run on Tuesday 14 and Wednesday 15 January, 2020 between 9am-3pm.

Bookings are required as spaces are limited. To book call Venue 114 on 07 5413 1400 or visit: http://www.venue114.com.au.

“My daughter loved the camp so much the last time and she is so pleased it is coming back to the Sunny Coast .”

-        Arushni Britz.

 
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