Dancers put on a show for Alexander Devine and charity bike ride

Dancers put on a show for Alexander Devine and charity bike ride

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Michael Owens

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Dancers put on a show for Alexander Devine and charity bike ride

Dancers from The Monica Larose Stage Door School of Dance put on a show on Friday and Saturday (May 30-31) for two good causes.

All of the school's 60 members strutted their stuff at Cox Green School in Highfield Lane in their Showtime 2014 show.

Performances included ballet, tap, modern, acrobatic and musical theatre.

The two shows raised £700 through ticket sales and a raffle.

Proceeds will be split between mother-of-two Karen Stevens' cycle challenge in China for Women V Cancer and the Alexander Devine Children's Hospice Service.

"We always pick a children's charity," said dance school vice principal Louise Dartnell.

"We picked Alexander Devine because it's a local charity and we want to support them as much as possible, especially with their efforts at the moment."

The school gives classes for three-year-olds up to adults and attracts dancers from all over the borough.

It runs classes at St Luke's Church in Norfolk Road, Maidenhead and the King George VI Day Centre in Clarence Road, Windsor.

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