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Girls from Sheffield dance school dazzle on stage

Funky Dance Fever performed in their stage show Dance Explosion at Sheffield Springs Academy.

Funky Dance Fever performed in their stage show Dance Explosion at Sheffield Springs Academy.

  • by Sam Jackson
 

Funky Dance Fever exploded onto the stage when the talented Sheffield girls did their bit for two good causes.

The girls performed their stage show Dance Explosion at the Sheffield Spring Academy, Arbourthorne, to raise money for Parents’ Association of Children with Tumours and Leukaemia and Amy’s Retreat.

The girls, aged between six and 15, demonstrated their talents in street, jazz, disco and contemporary dance.

They performed to a mix of current chart songs, together with tunes from the musicals and films and raised more than £2,500 for the two charities.

Funky Dance Fever, based at Springs Leisure Centre, Arbourthorne, is a disco, jazz, street and contemporary dance group run by sisters Amy and Jo Burton and their mother Lynne.

Jo said: “We have a strong fund raising ethos and are keen for our dancers to help children less fortunate than themselves. The girls gave an amazing performance, and truly danced their hearts out.”

 

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