National success for young dancers from Welwyn and Stevenage

PUBLISHED: 09:32 16 October 2018 | UPDATED: 15:20 16 October 2018

Prizes were awarded to the dancers by Twist and Pulse. Picture: supplied

Prizes were awarded to the dancers by Twist and Pulse. Picture: supplied

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Dancers from a school in Welwyn Garden City and Stevenage have come home from a national competition weighed down with trophies awarded by Britain’s Got Talent finalists Twist and Pulse.

Ten of the dancers from Dance-Beat came home with a trophy at the prestigious ISTD national dance competition. Picture: suppliedTen of the dancers from Dance-Beat came home with a trophy at the prestigious ISTD national dance competition. Picture: supplied

Dancers from a school in Welwyn Garden City and Stevenage have come home from a national competition weighed down with trophies awarded by Britain’s Got Talent finalists Twist and Pulse.

A total of 10 kids and teens from Dance-Beat school won trophies in the competition held at the Imperial Society of Teachers of Dancing Grand National Finals in Guildford, Surrey on Sunday October 7.

Dance-Beat teacher Jessica Ward said: “What a fantastic day! Reaching the finals is a huge achievement in itself, so to come home with 10 trophies is fantastic.

“Their achievements on this national stage are getting better every year and the children love being part of such a prestigious occasion.”

The ISTD dance competition was judged by Twist and Pulse. Picture: suppliedThe ISTD dance competition was judged by Twist and Pulse. Picture: supplied

The dancers were awarded their trophies in categories including Rock ‘n’ Roll, a street dance solo, a pairs dance and a set dance.

Founded in 1994, Dance-Beat offers classes to both youngsters and adults in Hitchin, Hatfield, Stevenage, Arlesey and Welwyn Garden City.


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