Local dance school to end year with a bang

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Local dance school, Bodies In Motion, is celebrating its 21st birthday this year and they have a huge show in store!

“A Moment in Time” will premiere at The Glade, Sheraton Mirage Resort Port Douglas on Friday 3rd & Saturday 4th December. 


The show follows the story of three children who attend a school excursion to the local museum. There, they accidentally knock over an antique pocket watch that send them back in time! 

Along the way, they meet a mysterious gypsy woman who helps them navigate their way back home through each decade. 


Principal Saskia Turner said that audiences will enjoy re-living some of the most iconic songs of all time. 

“With a storyline all about time travel, we had the opportunity to include music from some of the greatest artists in history. From The Beatles, to Madonna, Elvis and The Spice Girls… we guarantee there will be something for everyone,” Ms Turner said.


“We encourage the local community to come along and enjoy a night out at the theatre, while supporting over 300 local performers! Our annual end of year production is the highlight of the dancing year and is highly anticipated by many locals!

“Even if you aren’t affiliated with anyone in the cast, we still encourage you to come along! The feedback we receive from first time attendees is always really positive! Our shows tend to surpass expectations and leave audience members really impressed with the quality and professionalism.”


The Saturday night show has now sold out, but there are still limited seats available for Friday night as well as the Junior Concert on Saturday afternoon.

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