YOUNGSTERS from The Performing Arts Club of St John’s performed a dazzling show of music and dance at the United Reformed Church in Church Street, Gainsborough.
The show, entitled One Night Only, was a night to showcase the talent and hard work of the club’s young people who are aged between nine and 18.
The first half saw them dance their way through popular songs including Girls Just Wanna Have Fun by Cyndi Lauper, Born This Way by Lady Gaga and ET by Katy Perry.
A full chorus line sang Greatest Day from the film Narnia, and tap dancers took to the stage accompanied by Paolo Nutini’s Pencil Full Of Lead.
After the half way interval, the youngsters returned to the stage to whip their audience into a frenzy with tightly choreographed set pieces including a swing dance to Candyman by Christina Aguilera, a full chorus rendition of Five Colours In Her Hair by McFly and finishing with a full group dance to Goodbye Mr A by the Hoosiers.
Youngsters Beckie, Bryony and Katie produced and choreographed the entire show, while church organ pieces were played by Simon Corner.
“Everyone has done an amazing job,” said club chairman Richard Craig.
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The next show is The Lion The Witch and The Wardrobe, in November with previews in June and July.