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    Tour Dates

    Hull Ice Arena - Wednesday, April 28th, 2010

    BUDE PARK PRIMARY SCHOOL: the Award for Positive Inclusion, the Viking FM Award for Soundtrack, and overall FOURTH PLACE

    CLEEVE PRIMARY SCHOOL: the Award for Healthy Lifestyle, and the Humberside Police Award for Entertainment

    GILSHILL PRIMARY SCHOOL: the ARCO Award for Performance Skill, the Award for School Community Support, the Award for Cultural and Educational Achievement, the Humberside Police and High Sheriff's Tribune Trust Award for Set Design, the Andrew Marr International Award for Choreography, and overall FIRST PLACE

    LONGHILL PRIMARY SCHOOL: the Hull City Council Award for Costume Design, and overall THIRD PLACE

    MAYBURY PRIMARY SCHOOL: the Global Rock ChallengeTM Award for Concept Originality, and overall FIFTH PLACE

    NEWLAND ST JOHN'S CE PRIMARY SCHOOL (New school): the Award for Student Leadership, and the Be Your Best Foundation for Stage Crew

    OLDFLEET PRIMARY SCHOOL (New school): the Award for Press Coverage, and the TEGA Award for Lighting Design

    STOCKWELL PRIMARY SCHOOL (New school): the Hull City Council Award for Make-Up Design, the Humberside Police Award for Concept Interpretation, the Aunt Bessie's Award for Hair Design, and overall SECOND PLACE

    THE GREEN WAY PRIMARY SCHOOL: the Visions Unlimited Award for Video Performance, and the Humberside Police Authority Award for Drama Skills

    VICTORIA DOCK PRIMARY SCHOOL: the Award for Achievement in Drug Awareness, the Hull and East Riding Charitable Trust Award for Staging


    BUDE PARK PRIMARY SCHOOL, Kingston upon Hull
    "The Midnight Garden"

      Two young children are going to bed. They look out of the window into their garden and cannot believe their eyes ... they see animals creeping into their garden and beginning to dance and to party! They are sure they must be dreaming, but are they?

    CLEEVE PRIMARY SCHOOL, Kingston upon Hull
    "Same Difference"

      We live in a society of people from different cultures, social backgrounds and appearances. As a society we should be cohesive, allowing for all people to live and work together acknowledging, understanding and celebrating the beliefs and experiences of others. Through dance we can show that no matter what your background we are all the same, we are all different.

    GILSHILL PRIMARY SCHOOL, Kingston upon Hull
    "One World One Chance"

      Our school community is passionate about raising awareness of the damage being done to our planet. Every minute the equivalent of five football pitches of rainforests are being destroyed yet here in the developed world we live in a throwaway society. we invite you and everyone here to join us in our dance journey of "One World One Chance!"

    LONGHILL PRIMARY SCHOOL, Kingston upon Hull

      Longhill Primary has chosen to look at Diversity. We looked at many different cultures, researching their foods, clothing, religions, art and traditions. In particular we looked at music and dance and realised that every culture expresses themselves through movement even though their styles are unique. We learnt about respect, teamwork and trust which has made our school even better.

    MAYBURY PRIMARY SCHOOL, Kingston upon Hull
    "Hull's Heroine"

      Eighty years ago one young woman from Hull had a dream - to travel the world. Alone in her aeroplane, Amy Johnson navigated the globe in an attempt to achieve what no woman had done before: fly to Australia. Eighty years on some forget exactly what she accomplished but we say don't just let her memory become just another History lesson.

    "Together We Are One"

      We are all different and sometimes it's hard to get along. Our differences can separate us and cause conflict. We explore how differences are something to be celebrated as they make us special. To get on with others we do not have to conform and be the same. We are all unique, but together we can be one.

    OLDFLEET PRIMARY SCHOOL, Kingston upon Hull
    "Uniting the World through Football"

      In our world there seems to be many differences that try to divide us. Language, race and religion can sometimes prevent us from communicating. However, something simple such as a game of football can unite the world the world and bring a sense of joy, harmony and togetherness. We can all enjoy a game of football.

    STOCKWELL PRIMARY SCHOOL, Kingston upon Hull
    "The Lonely Giant"

      Stockwell encourages its pupils to treat others as they would be treated themselves. Our piece reflects this ethos of kindness and consideration by others. The Giant is a lonely, angry, cold character whose heart is melted by a single act of kindness and affection resulting in his inhospitable winter feelings being replaced by the loving warmth of Summer.

    THE GREEN WAY PRIMARY SCHOOL, Kingston upon Hull
    "The Rise and Fall of Mankind"

      When God created the world, it was sinless. Over the years, mankind has continued to find ways of spoiling our world. Much of this comes from discrimination or war. Our piece is going to show how mankind started the downward spiral but fortunately for us there are many people who try and succeed in making a difference for the better.

    "World Cup Party!"

      With the World Cup heading to South Africa in June, people from all over the world will be listening to the sound of cheers and chants as their country's team takes to the pitch. It is a chance to celebrate our National sport with a fevered party atmosphere and enjoy the best and worst parts of this beautiful game!


    The evening show was presented by Patrick Billington of Viking FM

      For UKRC: David Beal (Stage Manager), "Ben 50" McCready and Anthony "Ants" Sweetman (Assistant Stage Managers), Tim Macfarlane (Event Manager), and Samantha "Sammy" Eastwood (Production Assistant);
      From TEGA: Tim Mitchell (Lx) and Ed Coupland (Fx);
      From Visions Unlimited: Paul Cooper (mix) and Jeremy Ramsdale (roving camera);
      Volunteers: Tanya Greene and Faye Rhodes, plus John and Wendy Arrowsmith