Worthing dancers help Team England win Dance World Cup

Worthing dancers have returned triumphant after Team England won the Dance World Cup in Portugal. Glendale Theatre Arts School, Suzanne Logan Dance and Nicola Miles Theatre Studios were all competing and came home with many medals.

Wednesday, 17th July 2019, 1:07 pm
Glendale Theatre Arts competing in the Dance World Cup 2019

Glendale Theatre Arts School won gold for senior tap group, silver for senior jazz and show dance, and bronze for senior modern group. Molly Sloggett, 14, from Suzanne Logan Dance was ranked 7th in the junior solo ballet and Nicola Miles Theatre Studios was ranked eighth for junior group national and folklore dance.

Glendale Theatre Arts competing in the Dance World Cup 2019
Glendale Theatre Arts competing in the Dance World Cup 2019
Glendale Theatre Arts competing in the Dance World Cup 2019
Glendale Theatre Arts competing in the Dance World Cup 2019
Glendale Theatre Arts competing in the Dance World Cup 2019
Glendale Theatre Arts competing in the Dance World Cup 2019
Nicola Miles Theatre Studios competed in the junior small group national and folklore dance and came eighth with a piece called Turkish
Nicola Miles Theatre Studios competed in the junior small group national and folklore dance and came eighth with a piece called Turkish
Molly Sloggett from Suzanne Logan Dance was one of the youngest in the junior solo ballet and came seventh out of 28 dancers. She was awarded a ballet masterclass weekend in Paris under the tuition of Moscow Ballet soloist Irina Sitnikova.
Glendale Theatre Arts School raising funds to be able to perform at the Dance World Cup
Dancers from Suzanne Logan School of Dance with parents at Morrisons Worthing. Picture: Mike Elborough
Seven dancers from Nicola Miles Theatre Studios in Worthing competed for Team England in the Dance World Cup. Picture: Nicola Miles Theatre Studios