The Launceston Competitions dancing schedule may be five days in but the standard of performance is showing no signs of dropping.
Indeed the only thing that has dropped are the adjudicators’ jaws, which have been putting in overtime as dancers continue to wow spectators and judges alike.
The quality on dancing on show has not gone unnoticed by Pilbara adjudicator Tracey-Lee McKinney, who called on Launcestonians to get into the Princess Theatre this week for the final four days of competition.
“The talent is exceptional,” Mrs McKinney said.
“I’ve attended approximately four eisteddfods a year over the past 20 years and I’m very impressed with Launceston performers.”
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Mrs McKinney also gave a shout out to the efforts of parents and teachers who have helped the dancers perfect their routines.
“There is some fantastic choreography and the routines are well rehearsed and tight.
“It’s been a pleasure to watch.”
Entry is $8 for adults and $5 for children.