New faces in dance

Two busy mums have joined forces to offer a new schedule of classes to young dancers in the area. Saski Fuchs and Gemma Bridges have started ReachOut, with classes running at Tasley Village Hall and Broseley’s Birchmeadow on Tuesdays and Wednesdays respectively in disciplines such as street dance, musical theatre and contemporary dance.

Gemma says, “It’s been a dream for a long time, many years of teaching around the world and seeing so many children grow in confidence, we wanted to provide something affordable and a bit different to the normal style ‘stage schools’ that can be for many out of reach financially.”

Saskia adds, “Working in the performing arts has always been a passion, and having worked alongside school friend Gemma voluntarily and freelance for many years teaching and performing, we decided as mums to thriving toddlers it was time to take the plunge and become ‘mums in business’ to make our dreams a reality.”

The pair hope to soon make adult classes available, as well as LAMDA examinations, holiday clubs, singing lessons and birthday parties. Email for more information.


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