Article from Liverpool Echo
Dance pupils pack out St Helens Theatre Royal in charity performance
Rainhill based Jeanette McCulloch School of Dance raises money for AIM
Jeanette McCulloch School of Dance took to the stage at the Theatre Royal in St Helens last month for their annual show in aid of the charity AIM.
The girls performed the show ‘Love to Dance’ to three packed houses in January, receiving great feedback from everyone who came to see it. They also performed the routines from the show at the Widnes Dance Festival and came out on top in three of the categories; Junior Troupe Winner, Inter Troupe Winner, and Senior Troupe Winner.
They do not yet know how much money they have raised, but all proceeds will be going to AIM, a charity that helps amputees. The charity was selected because the father of two pupils from the school, Rachel and Charlotte Lantham, has been supported by the charity following the loss of his arm and sight due to diabetes.
The girls are looking forward to their next competition in two weeks time.
Item added : 25th June 2019