NEW TERM MEANS A NEW HOME FOR CITY DANCE SCHOOL

Dancers at The Rosemary Lane School of Ballet and Theatre Dance have an extra spring in their step this week thanks to their fresh start in a brand new venue. The Royal Academy of Dance registered school has just moved into the newly refurbished Kings Community Centre (previously Creed Street Theatre and Arts Centre and Madcap) on Creed Street in Wolverton. This new home means that pupils of all ages can make the most of a light and airy dance studio and a timetable packed full of even more classes. Principal Rosemary Lane said: “The new venue is a very positive move for us. OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA With plenty of classes on offer, we certainly have something for everyone. From very young children to advanced adults, we look forward to enjoying our new home and welcoming new people to share our love of dance.” Senior pastors of King’s Church in Milton Keynes Andy and Sharron Forbes bought the community centre building to be used as a permanent home for the community groups they run – including youth groups, mother and toddler meetings and pensioner coffee mornings. Now, they can boast having a variety of daily dance classes on offer in the venue. The Rosemary Lane School of Ballet and Theatre Dance holds classes in grade and vocational grade classical ballet, pointe, contemporary and jazz dance, prepares pupils for Royal Academy of Dance examinations and offers performance opportunities in regular school productions. The Rosemary Lane School of Ballet and Theatre Dance 3 Rosemary adds: “We teach children from the age of 2-and-a-half years for as long as they want to come to dance class. And our adult classes are growing in numbers too, from total beginners to advanced level students – you are never too old to learn to dance.” Contact Rosemary Lane via rlschoolofballet@gmail.com or on 07738 767475 to enquire about classes and search ‘The Rosemary Lane School of Ballet and Theatre Dance’ on Facebook (or visit https://www.facebook.com/RosemaryLaneSchool?sk=info to ‘like’ the page).