It's hats off to Laura for her dance success.
Dancer Laura Innes Laura Elizabeth Innes (b. August 16 1959, Pontiac, Michigan) is an American actress and director.
Laura Innes was introduced to professional theater by her father, who frequently took the family to the Stratford Festival of Canada in Stratford, Ontario. hot-footed her way to victory at a festival.
The 12-year-old from Honley beat off stiff competition from fellow dancers taking part in the Barnsley Barnsley (bärnz`lē), city (1991 pop. 76,783) and metropolitan district, N England. Coal mining, engineering, and clothing industries dominate the local economy. A mining and technical college is in Barnsley. Festival of Dance.
She won top accolades for best cabaret cabaret
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It is her best effort yet and proud mum Penny, 50, says she can only get better.
She added: "Laura has taken part in dance competitions before, but she has never had such as good result.
"She is extremely competitive- a bit off a show-off at times - but she is dedicated and loves to dance."
Laura has been dancing since the age of four and has been enrolled at the Patricia Stoj School of Dancing in Lindley ever since.
The Honley High School Honley High School is a secondary school situated on the edge of the village of Honley in the Holme Valley, West Yorkshire, England. The catchment area is the neighbouring villages of Brockholes, Honley and Meltham. Honley High has around 1,250 pupils aged 11-16. pupil goes to the dance school twice a week and has lessons in modern dance, jazz, ballet, tap and theatre dance.
She has competed since the age of seven in a number of dance contests and is taking part in the Stage Dance festival in Tadcaster.
Laura says she wants to dance professionally as a career and possibly attend a dance school in London.
Her dream is to perform on the professional stage.
Penny said: "She was quietly confident in the competition, but at the same time surprised that she did so well, because some of the other girls were a lot older.
"She did exceptionally well and her whole family are very proud of her."