Young dancers put on a show to raise money for charities

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A DANCE school has raised more than £2,800 for two charities with a special performance.

Pupils from the LoveBallet Dance School performed in Dream Light, an Olympic themed show, raising £2,825 for Charity in July.

The show was about individual and collective dreams. It’s about the journey of believing in yourself and successfully reaching and achieving your dreams.

The show was inspired by dances from around the world and depicted the journey of a group of individuals searching for the Olympic torch as their world has been plunged into darkness.

The show included acting, ballet, tap, modern, gymnastics, street dance, and contemporary dance.

Principal Lorraine Day said: “They have been asking me if they can do it every weekend they loved it so much, it’s just such a great fantastic opportunity for them to take part in a show of this scale.

“We had all ages from little ones of three years up to adult tappers, all enjoying themselves, performing on stage and raising a phenomenal amount for charity.

“I’m just so proud of them all.”

LoveBallet Dance School runs classes at Daventry’s Nene Hall on the Grange estate, in Boddington and Long Buckby, plus Southam and other locations.

The show was entirely for charity and we chose to support two charities – Zoe’s Place Baby Hospice in Coventry and Clic Sargent which helps children and young people who have cancer.