Christian Lane-Krebs loves dancing and performing in the Eisteddfod.
Christian Lane-Krebs loves dancing and performing in the Eisteddfod. Bianca Box

5yo deaf child loves to dance

HE just loves to dance.

And five-year-old Christian Lane-Krebs, who was born deaf, has never let anything stand in his way when it comes to what he loves.

Performing for the second time in the Eisteddfod he is competing in the dance section to the tune of tap, jazz, ballet, song and tap and novelty.

The bubbly five-year-old has said that he loves dancing, playing and getting awards for his incredible talents.

Mrs Lane-Krebs said they travelled up from Bundaberg every year to compete in the Eisteddfod and Christian had enjoyed performing solo to some great routines and in a trio with his older sisters.

Dance first started as a means of therapy for Christian, who was also born with cerebral palsy, but has turned into a great hobby.



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