LIGHT footed Frodsham children twirled their way to the big time as they took to the stage at a popular theatre.
After weeks of rehearsing talented children from Frodsham Manor House Primary School travelled to the Liverpool Empire to perform to packed crowds.
The dancers, from years 4-6, joined 200 members of the Empire Dance Club from across the country to perform a range of dances to music from the shows.
After working with a choreographer the 20 children performed a modern dance piece to music from the Sorcerer's Apprentice as well as a piece from musical The Wiz.
Frodsham Manor House were one of only two North West primary schools to be invited to the event, which they say they 'thoroughly enjoyed'.
“They travelled by train and spent the afternoon in rehearsals at the theatre before performing to an audience in the evening,” said Naomi Anstice, arts coordinator at Frodsham Manor House.
“The school is now looking forward to the Empire Musical Theatre Club starting this week which meets for ten weeks at the school before putting on a production.”
And for one year 5 pupil, Olivia-Grace White the on stage experience was so enjoyable she will soon be repeating it by acting as one of the Siamese Children in the King and I.