Felpham dancers explore impact of digital games on society

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Students from years 7 to 10 at Felpham Community College (FCC) are celebrating a successful ‘Dance House’ performance, held at the Alexandra Theatre, Bognor Regis.

The extra-curricular team took part in the event along with seven other local schools, performing to a packed audience on Monday, January 23. The FCC dance was titled ‘Game Over’, with the storyline of the group being trapped in a video game. The piece explored the impact digital games have on our society.

Miss Crocker, teacher of dance, commented: “I am so proud of the team. They have worked extremely hard on the piece, putting in lots of hours of practice! It was great to see them on a professional stage showcasing their talents to a paid audience. We are now busy rehearsing for the ‘FCC Move It!’ Summer show, which will be a mixture of solos, duets and bigger group numbers. Our Blake building has an excellent studio for students to use for all the performing arts courses and extra-curricular clubs we do, and dance is going from strength to strength. We are also now offering dance for the first time as a GCSE option from this September which is exciting.”

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