On the move

PUBLISHED: 12:13 21 September 2006 | UPDATED: 09:51 31 May 2010

Sally Roberts, Catrina Adams, Francesa Drew, Grace Vagan, Amelia Hammerton, Millie Davies, Maddy Ratcliffe, Bethany Cannon, Bethany Kitchener and Millie Fyffe - Pic: Sarah Lucy Brown

Sally Roberts, Catrina Adams, Francesa Drew, Grace Vagan, Amelia Hammerton, Millie Davies, Maddy Ratcliffe, Bethany Cannon, Bethany Kitchener and Millie Fyffe - Pic: Sarah Lucy Brown

A PERFORMING arts school s first birthday bash went with a bang as they moved into new premises last Saturday. Pure Rhythm has taken up residence at the Dame Bradbury School s new purpose-built performing arts building in Saffron Walden after spending the

A PERFORMING arts school's first birthday bash went with a bang as they moved into new premises last Saturday.

Pure Rhythm has taken up residence at the Dame Bradbury School's new purpose-built performing arts building in Saffron Walden after spending the last 12 months at the County High.

Director and principal Sue Raven said: "It was fantastic celebrating our birthday in brilliant new surroundings.

"The room has seats, which can be removed to turn it into a studio and it has brilliant, professional audio and lighting facilities.

"Each term we put on a performance for parents but these new premises mean we can put one on for the public for the first time this Easter."

More than 60 children aged between seven and 16 have enrolled with Pure Rhythm, which is held every Saturday from 10am until 1pm.

The session is split into three parts, with an hour of singing, dancing and drama.

For more details call Sue Raven on 01799 501579.


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