King's Lynn Studio 19 no longer socially dis-dancing
Studio 19 is returning to the stage in its first performance in more than two years.
After 18 months of dancing in front rooms, kitchens, bedrooms and makeshift home studios, Lynn-based Studio 19 is delighted that it is able to have its talented students back in the studio doing what they love.
Despite choreographing routines through social-distancing restrictions, rehearsing within their own two by two metre boxes, the performers of Studio 19 have remained positive, focused and engaged.
Each dancer’s dedication has enabled the studio to put together a polished performance under the pressure of these restrictions, so that theatre may restart once more in front of a live audience.
September will see the return of live theatre and performance at Lynn's Corn Exchange and Studio 19 will proudly front the second show to step foot on to the stage of this venue since the lockdown.
The theatre industry has struggled throughout the pandemic, with many performers and show-goers alike missing the art of live theatre.
During the pandemic, Studio 19 was required to devastatingly cancel two shows, and therefore, this shall be the first performance they will undertake since their last live performance over two and a half years ago.
Studio 19 aim to take local performance to a new level of professionalism. In previous years, they have entertained with pyrotechnics during performances, aerial acrobatics and live music.
The Corn Exchange is an incredible historical venue and relies on the support of the town so that live performance may continue to thrive for years to come.
This show has something for everyone - ballet, contemporary, musical theatre, commercial, hip hop, tap, jazz and even acrobatics.
So come along on Saturday 4, September at 7pm or Sunday 5 September at 6.30pm to see this show-stopping performance.