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- Last chance to order camp photo book
- ShowQuest tickets
- ShowQuest costumes
ShowQuest rehearsals are in full swing and the children are responding really positively to the challenge. Below is information about purchasing tickets to the show and important costuming information. Our performance date is Monday May17th. On this day the children will be at the Town Hall from 10am until after their performance in the evening.
Please visit Ticketech to order your tickets. If you can't make the show, there will be a video.
Show Quest Costumes
We are asking each child to source their own costume, with your help. The children know which dance they are in. If you don't have anything suitable, we encourage you to check out op shops and recommend ... If you have items that would be suitable for a dance that your child is not performing in, please contact us so we can match children up with whatever you have. If you get stuck, please get in touch with us early on.
All dancers are bare feet.
20’s - Flapper Dance
- Knee-length dress (plain colour)
- Dark trousers or shirt
- Accessorise with beads/ boa/ bow tie/ headband
- Plain colours, blacks, greys or pale colours
30’s - Singing in the rain
- Dark trousers or leggings
- Shirt and tie or raincoat
- Bowler hat
- Long umbrella
- Dark colours
50’s - Jail House Rock
- Hooped skirt (we have a number of these)
- Plain coloured T-shirt
- Dark jeans and denim jacket with plain or striped T-Shirt
- Plain/ stripped or checkered
60’s - Lets Twist Again (longer skirts)AND
60’s Dancing in the Street (more of a hippy vibe)
- Short skirt/dress
- Variety of prints and colours or plain
70’s - You Should Be Dancing
- Short dress
- Flared trousers would be amazing (not essential)
- Bright shirt
- Bright patterns and colours, shiny material and sparkles are ideal.
80’s - What a Feeling
- Leg warmers
- Off-shoulder t-shirt (bright and bold are best, could have a graphic or slogan, can be an old shirt with the neck cut out).
- Accessorise with headbands, 80’s style jewellery
- Bright and loud!
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