Competitors packed out Hunstanton Town Hall on Sunday dressed in their finest sequins, tutus and tap shoes to perform in the first Autumn Dance Festival.
Dancers ranging from five to 17-years-old performed ballet, tap, modern, character and song and dance routines for the judges.
Students from The Rollason Stage School, Footlights and Busy Bodies Stage School were judged under the British and International Federation of Festivals marking system by adjudicator, Mark Hudson.
Top marks went to Joshua Harding for his modern solo and own arrangement, and to Megan Smith for her character solo – both were awarded honours.
Mr Hudson said: “This is a very well organised and friendly festival. The overall standard of dancing was high and there were some exceptional performances throughout the day.”
Organised by Michelle Rollason and supported by the Hunstanton and District Festival of Arts, it is hoped that the Autumn Festival will become an annual fixture alongside the Spring Festival held in May.