A dance teacher who holds classes in Bushey is bringing A Touch of Class charity show back to the Radlett Centre.
Vanessa Class has been organising the dance show to raise money for Fight for Life, a charity that supports terminally ill charity for over 15 years, raising nearly £150,000 in the process.
The three shows this year take place on March 16, 17 and 18, which have since sold out, includes over 150 children dancing as well as a special group of dads performing.
The VC Dads, whose daughters will perform on the nights, have spent dozens of hours rehearsing for the big night to raise £10,000 alongside money already raised from ticket sales.
The VC Dads are comprised of Darren Reuben, James Bloom, Andrew Curzon, James Clayton and David Benveniste.
The dads’ JustGiving page said: “For many years our daughters having been participating at the annual Touch of Class Charity Dance Show, produced by the Vanessa Class School of Dance. Each year they have donated the monies raised, supporting an amazing charity called Fight for Life, who are passionately devoted to improving the lives of children and teens suffering with cancer.”
“We thought now was the right time for us dads to step up, get stuck in and take to the stage helping to raise even more money.”
To donate visit justgiving.com/fundraising/vcdads