SWINDON dancers will head for the London stage next month.

Youngsters from Kitty Langan Studio are performing at Her Majesty’s Theatre alongside dancers from across the country.

Normally host to smash show Phantom of the Opera, for one night only crowds at the top West End venue will be wowed by singing and dancing from talented children.

A total of 13 youngsters from Kitty Langan’s will travel to London in December to perform in the show. They range in age from five to 18.

The group will sing a medley of tunes by dead crooners, including Michael Jackson, Amy Winehouse, Witney Houston and Queen’s Freddie Mercury.

Later in the show, the troupe will take on a dolls’ house themed dance routine – described by choreographer and school principal Katie Langan as having a “soppy theme with a spooky twist”.

Katie, 27, said her students were “really excited” for the show.

“We’ve had a really busy year,” she said. “We went to Disneyland Paris earlier in the year and because we’re not going back next year we’re doing a full musical of Annie instead.”

Work on the London show started in the Spring and there is just a week left to tighten up their routines. Katie said: “I think the adrenaline usually grabs you on stage, but I want to keep drilling them. I want them to up their game.”

Kitty Langan Studio will be at the Young Performers Show in Her Majesty’s Theatre on December 3.

For more, visit: www.kittylanganstudio.com.