Just over 200 Headington dancers took to the stage in the main theatre to perform a collection of outstanding performances for the 2020 Mind, Body and Soul show.
The dancers ranged from eight year old Prep School dancers, including Headington Dance Academy – Prep, up to and including sixth formers.
There was a huge range of dancers and styles with the show featuring classical Ballet, Street and Hip Hop, to experimental pieces inspired by professional works.
Particular highlights were the sharing of Headington Dance Company’s competition piece, which will be performed again at the U.Dance competition on Sunday 8th May. In addition, the vast number of U3 and L4 dancers in the Tuesday Contemporary Dance Club piece showed outstanding professionalism in their performance, which was beautifully choreographed by five talented U4 dancers.
The show was brought to a close by a stunning solo from Headington’s original Dance Scholar Meghan Warbuton, as she prepares to study Dance in higher education.
Dance teacher Mrs Kylie Waite said: “We are incredibly proud of all the progress, hard work and creativity from all of our dancers and we look forward to next year being even more exciting!”