A school in South Cumbria has devised a ballet that will be performed in a professional theatre.
Pupils at the Queen Elizabeth School in Kirkby Lonsdale are getting ready to perform their version of 'Alice Through the Looking Glass' at the Dukes Theatre in Lancaster.
It is the first state school in the country to have a professional dance company.
One of the pupils involved said it will be a great way to boost the performers' confidence:
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