The Everett-Fox School of Dance in Misterton celebrated its 10th anniversary with a show at the Trinity Arts Centre in Gainsborough.
The school has been going 10 years, and the purpose-built and equipped studio for five years.
The 100-strong dancers performed some of the favourites of the past 10 years.
The group then headed to London to perform at Her Majesty’s Theatre.
Performing on a London stage is an opportunity not to be missed by aspiring dancers.
For 30 years, Her Majesty’s Theatre has been home to The Phantom of the Opera.
Misterton’s pupils performed Dambusters and There’s no Business Like show Business.
Then pupils from all the dance schools taking part joined together for a grand finale.
The trip to London was followed by Scunthorpe Dance Festival, when the most junior of dancers picked up some medals as Elarose Osborne-Wo as odham and Lucy Barratt were first and third respectively in the baby section.
Finally, all festival performers and some younger pupils entertained visitors to Marshall’s Yard on Easter Saturday.
For further information, contact Tracey Everett-Fox on 07887 664883.