Madeline Vidler dances for the judges at the 42nd Annual Coffs Harbour Eisteddfod while her fellow competitors wait in the Jetty Memorial Theatre wings. Photo: Rob Wright / The Coffs Coast Advocate
Madeline Vidler dances for the judges at the 42nd Annual Coffs Harbour Eisteddfod while her fellow competitors wait in the Jetty Memorial Theatre wings. Photo: Rob Wright / The Coffs Coast Advocate Rob Wright

Dance talent to the fore again in annual Eisteddfod

FROM grand jetés to perfect pirouettes, the dance section of the annual Coffs Harbour and District Eisteddfod showcases the best of local young dance talent.

Encouraging and nurturing young dancers for more than 43 years this is a competition run by volunteers and supported by local business and sponsors.

The stage lights at the Jetty Memorial Theatre and Coffs Harbour High have been shining all week as the entrants in the Eisteddfod Society's Dance Competition have put on their dancing shoes and stepped on stage to strut their stuff after many hours of training and rehearsals.

The week of performances comes to a climax with the "cream of the crop" taking to the stage on Sunday for two gala concerts open to the public.

There will be two concerts, 3.30pm and 6pm with tickets ($12 adults and $8child/conc) available online at jettytheatre.com or at the box office.

Tickets will sell out so be quick to secure your seat at this exciting showcase of young, local talent.
 



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