The setting and costumes were fantastic and were only outshone by the little stars of the show.
Over 100 children of all ages took part in the show, which featured dances to Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, Grease, the Little Shop of Horrors and many more...
Camille’s Appeal’s Stewart Bethell did a great job as compère and was pleased to have been asked to be a part of this event. Stewart was also on hand to accept the donation from SADPA.
Here are photographs of some of the highlights:
Do you believe in fairies?
A fantastic show and a great achievement. The SADPA members and management worked so hard to make this show a success.
Over 600 people turned out to watch the show and support the charities (Camille’s Appeal and JDRF) and judging by the resounding applause at the end they all had a fantastic time! The Mayor of Ipswich also watched the show and was said to be most impressed.
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Don't forget, the next Camille's Appeal event is a fantastic and rather exclusive John Leyton concert on 1st June.
By Sarah Evans
The Suffolk Academy of Dance and Performing Arts was founded in 1994 and has earned a reputation as a centre that not only offers a high level of quality dance tuition but also provides a positive, caring and friendly environment. They offer weekly classes at all levels and also have a summer school that is open to everyone.
- Pupils: boys and girls from 3 years old
- Location: Ipswich Regent Theatre and Castle Hill Church
- Subjects: ballet, tap and modern dance; musical theatre, drama and stagecraft
See www.sadpa.co.uk for further information
Cheque presentation photograph (c) Wes Carter, 2012