More than 180 dancers are set to wow audiences with a trip around the world at this year’s Aberdeen University Dance Society Annual Showcase.
One of the biggest society’s in Aberdeen, their event will take audiences on a multicultural journey at ACT Aberdeen on Saturday night.
Show organiser, Katya MacKenzie, said: “The society has many different types of dancing including Highland, Irish, American, Latin and Indian, to name a few; so to incorporate these we decided on producing a show which will showcase dance styles of the world.
“All of the styles have different levels of ability.”
With 180 dancers and 30 children from Kittybrewster Primary and Tutu’s Tappers to organise, it’s one of the society’s busiest shows staged in the society’s nine years.
Katya said: “Some tutors take children’s classes so we’ve used them in the show.
“The performance starts off with hip-hop, contemporary, and tango dancing in America, and finishes off with a huge Broadway finale.”
Incorporating 26 performances on the night, musical numbers include Umbrella by Rihanna, Smells Like Teen Spirit, Sia and numerous chart song covers.
Katya said: “Everyone will love the wide variety of dances we’ve produced.”