Welwyn Garden City-based dance school celebrates 25th anniversary at university

PUBLISHED: 11:16 06 August 2019 | UPDATED: 11:16 06 August 2019

Dance-Beat latin and ballroom Hatfield class dancing to a Paso doble remix. Picture: Carmel Jane Photography.

Dance-Beat latin and ballroom Hatfield class dancing to a Paso doble remix. Picture: Carmel Jane Photography.

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A Welwyn Garden City dance school has celebrated its 25th anniversary at the University of Hertfordshire.

Dance-Beat's teachers. Picture: Carmel Jane Photography.Dance-Beat's teachers. Picture: Carmel Jane Photography.

Dance-Beat first opened its doors 25 years ago in WGC and now offers classes across Herts and Bedfordshire for all ages - from 18 months to adults.

Pupils marked the milestone by performing 'Dreams', showcasing a range of different dance styles including street, disco freestyle, rock 'n' roll, ballroom and Latin at the Hatfield-based university to more than 600 friends and families.

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Dance-Beat teacher Laura Davies said the day was "lovely".

Dance-Beat's WGC Pre- Bronze Street and Freestyle class dancing to a jail remix. Picture: Carmel Jane Photography.Dance-Beat's WGC Pre- Bronze Street and Freestyle class dancing to a jail remix. Picture: Carmel Jane Photography.

"Especially as many of the dance teachers started as pupils at the school and are now Dance-Beat teachers," she said.

"The show was brilliant with all pupils giving a fantastic performance.

"It was lovely to have Amanda Hughes, the founder of Dance-Beat, watching the show and giving a speech about the history of Dance-Beat. Here's to another 25 years!"

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