Dancers from the The Lindsay School of Dancing have danced their hearts out to entertain hundreds of people performing their 2015 dance show “Pop, Rock and Bagpipes”.
Once again The Lindsay Dancers pulled off an amazing show, taking you on a tour around Scotland while performing dances to music from well-known Scottish artists and films, including Eurythmics, Deacon Blue, Red Hot Chilli Pipers, Brave, Paolo Nutini, Bay City Rollers, Sunshine On Leith, Calvin Harris, Tommy Scott, The Waterboys, Admiral Fallow, The View, K.T Tunstall and Del Amitri.
Over a period of two weeks over two venues from March 19-21 at Mackie Academy (Stonehaven) and March 26-28 at Mearns Academy (Laurencekirk), people gathered and soon filled the hall leaving very little if any spare seats each night, unsure of exactly what to expect. The only thing that was known was that it was sure to be a fantastic show as many of the audience members return show after show.
As soon as the curtains were up the tour around Scotland began and the audience was met with the Senior and Grade Three dancers performing “Lets Stick Together by K.T Tunstall. This got the show off to a flying start and was closely followed by the Tiny Tots, Primary Foundation and Grade One dancers performing “Twist and Shout” by Deacon Blue. These tiny dancers were amazing considering the youngest being two years old. Next to perform were the Grade Four and Five highland dancers to “Sweet Dreams” by Eurythmics. Grade Two along with some of the other grades then took the stage to “Kiss This Thing Goodbye” by Del Amitri. Throughout the non-stop performance, these dancers smiled the whole time and were loving every minute including some extremely quick changes. One of the costumes included curly orange wigs to be worn by the youngest group that took us through one of the dances from Brave and stole the show.