Ranfurly Primary School tiny dancers prepare to tap to the beat

There’s No Business Like Show Business dancers Imogen Davies, 12, Rebecca Penna, 11, Shelby Chamberlain, 12, Amielia Hogger, 11, Emily Veit, 11, Connor Hadenfeldt, 11, Courtney Chamberlain, 12, and Scout Hatcher, 11, will perform in Ranfurly students production The Beat. Picture: Carmel Zaccone

There’s No Business Like Show Business dancers Imogen Davies, 12, Rebecca Penna, 11, Shelby Chamberlain, 12, Amielia Hogger, 11, Emily Veit, 11, Connor Hadenfeldt, 11, Courtney Chamberlain, 12, and Scout Hatcher, 11, will perform in Ranfurly students production The Beat. Picture: Carmel Zaccone

RANFURLY Primary School students will showcase their best taps and disco moves at the annual inter-school show The Beat next week.

With 370 students from 14 schools presenting their own acts, the show will feature the best musical, dance and drama talent in the Sunraysia district. 

Inspired by this year’s theme “The World is a Stage”, the 31 Ranfurly students have put together a five-minute act on the upbeat song There’s No Business Like Show Business.

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