The Dance House held its first open weekend and art exhibition at the beginning of April. Professionally trained dancer Anita Bradfield who bought the building at Gouldsbrook View in North Street over four years ago, provided two days of free taster sessions of all the dance classes available at the Crewkerne venue. There was also an art exhibition with willow sculptures, pebble art, photographs by Crewkerne photographer Caroline Woodhead and recycled musical instruments by Hippy Squirrel. The recycled guitar depicting David Bowie’s famous character, raised many positive comments: ‘And Ziggy played guitar.’
The showcase of local talent continued on Saturday and Sunday evenings with first class dance performances by the Dance House Company, featuring a range of song and dance routines. With all the Arts available under one roof, it is easy to see why the Dance House is becoming an extremely popular venue in the town. Concerts In The West will be bringing their young professional performers to the Crewkerne venue with concerts in classical and Baroque chamber music, taking place on Saturday May 8th, June 3rd, July 8th, September 9th and October 7th. For more details on the concerts please email firstname.lastname@example.org. To find out more about the dance classes and other activities at the Dance House, please contact Anita on 07914845069.