Dance show performs Circus Fever

PUBLISHED: 10:00 07 April 2019

Beats dance school rehearsing for show. Picture: Jeremy Long

Beats dance school rehearsing for show. Picture: Jeremy Long

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A dance school brought the circus to Nailsea with a showcase of jazz and street beats.

Beats dance school rehearsing for show. Picture: Jeremy LongBeats dance school rehearsing for show. Picture: Jeremy Long

Children from the Beats Dance put on a fantastic show for their families and friends with Circus Fever at Scotch Horn Leisure Centre.

The talented dancers delighted audiences with their vibrant and lively performances.

Hayley Grant, aged 35, runs the school which teaches 50 students jazz and street dance.

Hayley, who studied dance at Bath Spa University, has been dancing since she was a toddler.

Beats dance school rehearsing for show. Picture: Jeremy LongBeats dance school rehearsing for show. Picture: Jeremy Long

She started Beats Dance more than two years ago and runs classes in Clevedon, Cleeve and Long Ashton.

She said: “I started dancing at the age of two and it has always been a big part of my life and a passion of mine.

“Starting my own dance school was something I had longed to do for sometime and I love it.”

Hayley teaches children aged four to 18.

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