Allegro Dance Theatre performance set for Saturday

The January 25 performance offers a variety of dance styles and music suitable for the whole family.

Students from Allegro Dance Theatre are proud to present their January performance at the Capitol Theatre, January 25 at 7:30 p.m.

It’s been a busy year for students, with some of them performing in this year’s Pantomime at the Capitol and  preparing for the Kootenay Festival of the Arts and the Shine dance Festival in Kelowna.

“All of the students are such a pleasure to work with. They all work hard in their classes and everyone seems to have such a  good sense of humour. We have a good time,” said director Lynette Lightfoot.

“I am very pleased with the progress of all the students and the positive attitude that all of the students treat each other with.”

The performance offers a variety of dance styles and music suitable for the whole family. Tickets are $8 at the Capitol Theatre box office.

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