✨That time of the year is here when dreams, hopes and goals start to stir and inspire.
Sometimes we do ourselves a disservice, by saying “I can’t” to projects that intimidate or we don’t think are right for us. Be kind to yourself: say “I can!”. You’ll be amazed at what you can accomplish.
Try that new project. A little anxiety is normal, it means an exciting change could lie ahead. You never know what discoveries or realisations you’ll have until you leave your comfort zone.
See. You’re thinking about those first steps and beginning is the hardest part. Good work… and good luck!💫
🌟 Above is the photo of our inspirational adult dancers.
⏰ So 2020 is almost upon us: let’s reflect on 2019. It’s been a year of fantastic achievements: we supported our community through outreach events; our students secured auditions and places on the British Ballet Organisation’s national scholar programme; and we put on our first, full-length theatre production – The Golden Key.
There have been challenges along the way, but through your support – both as advocates and hands-on volunteers – you’ve helped us prevail. Thank you for making this our best year yet!
A new year, a new decade, and the journey continues. What does the future hold for the Skylarks? We hope to take the school to new heights in 2020. Prepare for some exciting developments in January 😉
We wish you all a Happy New Year and look forward to seeing you back in the studio next week!🎉
Skylark School of Dance present the world premiere of their children’s ballet The Golden Key, Aleksey Tolstoy’s Soviet re-imagining of Pinocchio. Follow the adventures of puppet-brought-to-life Buratino, as he tries to unlock the secrets of his makers workshop. From enchanted marionettes to ancient turtles – magical friends are there to guide him in his quest. Will Buratino find the answers he seeks? All will be revealed this summer.,
Tickets £16.50 Churchill Friend and Sidekick £5.00 off Concessions (including children under age of 16) £11.50