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The College's dancers and musicians are all set to wow parents and friends with a spectacular show on Wednesday 7 December.

Tickets are now available for the show - Rhythm of the Night - which is a mixture of dance and music from across KS4 and KS5.

"It will showcase examination pieces as well as dances created in our Dance clubs," explained Dance teacher Miss Hill.

"There's a great mixture of dance styles and genres and the show is a celebration of work across this academic year.

"There will also be fantastic live music performed by Year 9 students."

The show - which takes place on Wednesday 7 December at 6.30pm at the College - encourages students to develop self-confidence when performing in front of an audience.

"It will also give students the excitement of performing live," added Miss Hill.

"We're looking forward to seeing lots of family and friends in the audience!"

Tickets are £2 for adults and £1 for children and can be purchased through ParentPay.

There is free parking on the night at City Business Park.

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