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    Question Fame - singing/dancing class

    Hi - thinking of Fame classes for my 7yo daughter.

    Has anyone else done them? any good?

    Could anyone fill me in on what the prices are like?

    Thanks!

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    Hi there! My DD did Fame for about 18 months. She loved it! It was great for her outgoing personality. Fees for that age group were $220 per term plus $20 for a t shirt. Good luck!

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    My DD - aged 8 - loooooves it! Fees are a bit higher, about $300 a term, I think, but she goes for 2hrs 45 mins per week, so that's not too bad value.

    They perform a concert at the end of each term, but costumes are provided so there aren't additional costs (like we used to have for ballet)

    Definitely worth giving it a go. You only need to pay term-by-term, so if she doesn't like it after the first term, you can just stop going.

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