Let's dance

PUBLISHED: 09:49 11 May 2006 | UPDATED: 09:15 24 May 2010

DANCERS from Weston, Cheddar and Winscombe will take part in an annual dance event in Bristol. The Festival Of Dance, which is in its 30th year, will take place at The Olympus Theatre in Stoke Gifford on May 20. The event, run by the Keep Fit Association,

DANCERS from Weston, Cheddar and Winscombe will take part in an annual dance event in Bristol.The Festival Of Dance, which is in its 30th year, will take place at The Olympus Theatre in Stoke Gifford on May 20.The event, run by the Keep Fit Association, will this year feature a visually stunning piece on China. Dancers will work with eight feet lengths of ribbon and Chinese dragons.A total of 18 tap dancers will perform a Riverdance set and gymnasts from Gloucester and disabled dancers from Bristol will also help make the stage come to life.All proceeds from the event will go to multiple sclerosis charities.Tickets have sold out for the afternoon performance but tickets for the 7pm show, priced £3-5, are available from the box office on 0117 9192601.

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