FUSION Arts Academy put on two sell-out shows at Trinity Theatre, Cowes.

It was an evening of variety, with choirs, dancers and soloists all drawing applause.

Emma Willey, at the tender age of six, performed a confident song and dance solo entitled Me and My Teddy Bear.

There was a 60s tap dance medley featuring all the group's tappers from the age of five to 14 years.

The audience loved the ballet number to The Clog Dance from La Fille Mal Gardee.

There was a special collaboration between the singers of Fusion Arts and Wight Notes Choir, singing Chiquita by ABBA in harmony.

Another big hit was the hip hop performance which featured eight dancers dressed as music box dolls.

Amelie Appell wowed the audience with her rendition of I Don’t Wanna Be You Anymore and Maya Hessey sang the traditional song Guter Mond (Lovely Moon) in both German and English and the Irish song Shenandoah, to huge applause.

Fleur Woodward played the violin, donning a police uniform for her rendition of the tune Under Arrest.

Pianists Grace Dempsey, Ellie Watkins, Nikki Drew, Fleur Woodward and Jasmine Woodward all played solo piano.

Sounds Lively Natural Voice Choir performed a rendition of Bawo Wethu (the Lord's Prayer) from Zimbabwe.

Felicity Day gave a 'practically perfect' performance as Mary Poppins.

As a finale, the whole cast, including Wight Notes and Sounds Lively choirs, came together for the Mary Poppins Returns medley.