Banbury dance school wins awards at national competition

A Banbury dance school won several awards at the National Entertainment Awards in Northampton.

Sunday, 3rd October 2021, 5:49 pm
Updated Sunday, 3rd October 2021, 5:52 pm
The Julie Bruce Dance Academy, based in Banbury, enjoyed a successful day at the National Entertainment Awards, Dance Stars event held at the Deco theatre in Northampton in September. (Submitted photo)

The Julie Bruce Dance Academy, based in Banbury, enjoyed a successful day at the National Entertainment Awards, Dance Stars event held at the Deco theatre in Northampton in September.

The academy picked up the award for the best dance/performing arts school.

In addition, Miss Tee Lily won the best emerging choreographer award, while dance student Caitlin Dubber collected the award for best solo dancer under 16.

A delighted Julie Bruce and Tee Lily said: "We are so proud of everyone we would like to thank your parents for all their support as always."

The dance school has Also qualified for The National Dance Awards next year.

Earlier in the year the school qualified for The Dance World Cup where they achieved a bronze medal for the Hunger Games troupe routine representing England.

For more information on the The Julie Bruce Dance Academy see its Facebook page here: https://www.facebook.com/www.juliebruce.co.uk