A well-established East Kilbride performing arts centre is in the running for a top award. Shona Halford MTDA is a finalist in this year's ‘What's On 4 Kids Activities Awards’, which is open to organisations across the UK.The school began in 2005 and was founded by Shona, who worked as a professional dancer and singer from the age of 17.The Lanarkshire Live app is available to download now.
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