Please note that due to costume hire, licensing fees and staffing costs there is a £5 charge per child to take part in the show. Please pay the registration fee online to the usual Stardust account using your child's full name as the payment reference or pay cash to your child's class teacher or Lynn this week. Please be aware that this will be non-refundable if your child drops out of the show.
Our Junior showcase is a relaxed fun show where the students will sit in the audience with their family or class mates and will be called up on stage when it is their classes turn to perform. We hope that all the students enjoys having the chance to perform on the stage as well as watch the other classes and a few of our older students perform.
Show tickets will be on sale two weeks before the show and are available from your child's class teacher or Lynn for £5 per ticket. Children aged 2 and under will not require a ticket as long as they sit on an adults knee during the performance - please note due to limited space prams/buggies will need to be left outside of the theatre.
Tickets are limited to 2 per family
We are expecting 80-100 children to take part in the show and as the theatre seats 200, we will allow each family to purchase 2 tickets to ensure that every child has the opportunity to have 2 family members watching them perform.
If you wish to be added to the reserve list for additional tickets please email email@example.com
Some class uniform may be required for the show such as Ballet shoes, tights and leotards. Stardust may provide additional parts of your child's costume such as special tutu's, t-shirts, ballet dresses etc to wear, this will be given to you on arrival at North Cambridge Academy and must be returned after the show.
A full costume list of what you will need to provide will be available on the website one month before the show.
All girls in Ballet dances to arrive with hair in neat ballet bun and secured with lots of hairspray for the show. Students in other classes must have their hair neatly tied back and secured off their faces.