Chiswell Green dance school spans the generations

PUBLISHED: 07:31 23 July 2011

Dance Unlimited students with principal Andie Baron-Tait and her niece Anne-Lise Froy who now teaches for her. Jan Gilmore photography

Dance Unlimited students with principal Andie Baron-Tait and her niece Anne-Lise Froy who now teaches for her. Jan Gilmore photography

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A NEW generation of pupils have followed in the footsteps of their mums and joined the same dance school.

There are now 12 children of former Dance Unlimited pupils who have now joined the dance school in Chiswell Green, which was established by principal Andie Baron-Tait in 1980. And two of the children are the daughters of the school’s very first pupil, Bev Rolph.

Andie’s niece Anne-Lise Froy, who was also taught at the school, is now a teacher and her three-year-old son Elliot (pictured) has now joined.

Dance Unlimited recently put on a successful show entitled All the World’s a Stage at the Watersmeet Theatre in Rickmansworth to showcase the work of pupils at the school, which ranges from ballet, tap, jazz and modern dancing.


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