Dancers from the Clarence River Dance Academy Open Ballet Troupe in their winning performance at the Lower Clarence Dance Eisteddfod.
Dancers from the Clarence River Dance Academy Open Ballet Troupe in their winning performance at the Lower Clarence Dance Eisteddfod.

Eisteddfod gets us moving

FROM the cute littlies in their tutus to the polished performances of ballerinas, dancers of all styles are on show until Friday at the Lower Clarence Dance Eisteddfod.

The 15th annual eisteddfod sees twinkle toes tap dancing, ballet dancers balancing en-pointe, and modern jazz dancers spotting on the stage at the Maclean Civic Hall.

Competitors from the age of six to the experienced opens are competing in a variety of styles including tap, classical ballet, jazz, modern expressive/creative, and demi character.

With more than 150 sections, competitors travel from as far as Woolgoolga and Wollongbar vying for trophies, scholarships and prize money under the experienced eye of adjudicator Vanessa Weyland-Smith.

The doors open at 8.30am with admission $5 for adults, $3 for children or $10 for a day pass.



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