No trouble for Harpenden's charity dancers

PUBLISHED: 10:40 26 March 2009 | UPDATED: 14:03 06 May 2010

Dancers from the Louise Sheaves School of Dance handing out their leaflets

Dancers from the Louise Sheaves School of Dance handing out their leaflets

A DANCE school in Harpenden is busy rehearsing for its biggest show of the year. More than 260 Louise Sheaves School of Dance pupils will perform Trouble in Store next week, a dance show which will showcase everything from ballet to tap and street dance.

A DANCE school in Harpenden is busy rehearsing for its biggest show of the year.

More than 260 Louise Sheaves School of Dance pupils will perform Trouble in Store next week, a dance show which will showcase everything from ballet to tap and street dance.

All proceeds from ticket sales will go towards charity and last weekend some of the children handed out leaflets in Harpenden town centre to promote the show.

Principal of the school Philippa O'Donovan said: "The children have worked so hard, both on the dance floor and in the streets, trying to raise awareness about Keech Cottage Children's Hospice and Headway, the two charities we are supporting."

Trouble in Store is showing from at 7pm from next Thursday to Saturday, April 2 to 4, in Harpenden Public Halls. Tickets, which cost between £8 and £14, can be purchased from Corbett's book shop in Harpenden

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