The Wexford School of Ballet & Performing Arts will stage 'Ballet Rocks' in the National Opera House on Saturday, June 29, at 8 p.m.
The show promises to be a feast for both the eyes and ears with fabulous choreography, costumes, lighting and projections as well as many rock classics that are certain to rekindle a memory or two!
Among the epic artists to be featured will be U2, Eric Clapton,The Clash,The Beatles, The Beach Boys, Bob Seger, Survivor, Imagine Dragons, Fall Out Boy, Elton John and many more.
You will be reminded of '99 Red Balloons', 'St. Elmo's Fire', 'Africa','Walk like an Egyptian' and other classic songs that are sure to have you singing along.
Ballet Rocks promises to be a night of fabulous entertainment for everyone.
There are still some tickets available from the National Opera House. Bookings can be made at the box office, on line or by telephone.
The Wexford School of Ballet& Performing Arts (WSBPA) has been teaching dance in Wexford, Enniscorthy and New Ross for 54 years, with eight teachers who train students in ballet, modern, hip hop, contemporary dance and singing. The school holds examinations in RAD Ballet, ISTD modern and IB Singing and also stages four performances annually in the National Opera House. Students have the opportunity to perform with other theatre groups such as the Wexford Pantomine Society and Oyster Lane Theatre Group.
WSBPA is now registering students for September.