Disney comes to Biloela through dance

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Calling all Disney fans! If you love Mickey, Minnie, Donald, Daisy and Goofy, then you’ll want to be front and centre at this year’s Alarna’s Dance Academy Concert.

ADA is presenting A Trip to Disneyland this Saturday, December 4, at the Biloela Civic Centre.

More than 100 dancers will be taking part in this tribute to all things Disney. There will be beautiful performances to songs and music from Disney hits such as Tangled, Moana, Cinderella, Mulan, Snow White and Sleeping Beauty, as well as Star Wars.

ADA director Alarna Pallot says the concert will have something for the whole family to enjoy.

“We’ve got all our princesses. We’ve got Star Wars, we’ve got Mickey’s diner, so like, “Let’s Twist Again”, and diner kind of music. And then our street party, which is like the main streets of Disneyland where they do all the parades with heaps of jazzy music,” Alarna said.

From beautiful ballet to jazz, hip hop, tap and contemporary, there will be a wide range of dance styles performed on the night. Concert goers can also see some of the wonderful performances from this year’s Biloela Eisteddfod.

Every year, putting together the ADA concert is a family affair, with Alarna’s parents travelling from the Sunshine Coast to help out. Dad Steve Pallot has made some brilliant Disney props and Mum Claire, a talented seamstress, has helped out with the costumes.

There will be a sausage sizzle, fairy floss, chips and drinks available, and the aim is for it to be a night where people come and have some fun.

Doors open at 5.30pm for a 6pm start, with the sausage sizzle on from 5pm. Tickets are available for purchase at the door or online on the Alarna’s Dance Academy Facebook page.

So, come along and see some talented young dancers as they put their best foot forward and bring the magic of Disney to Biloela.

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