Twinkle-toed youngsters shined during a charity dance show in Shiptonthorpe.
Students from community dance school, Starbrite Dancentre, put on a spectacular show at the school’s own theatre space at its Shiptonthorpe studios.
The show was in aid of Bowel Cancer and St Gemma’s Hospice.
Starbrite sold 600 tickets and held a raffle of gifts from local businesses.
Starbrite Dancentre manager Leanne Frear said: “The students looked incredible under our stage lights on our new stage.
“Miss Emma, all the Starbrite teachers and crew were very proud of all the hard work put in by the students to make the show such a huge success.”
The show was called a ‘Decade Through the Decades’ and featured, music, dance and drama from each decade from the 1920s to the present day.
The production was created by Emma Bailey–Hague, Starbrite’s creative director.
Funds raised by the show will be counted and presented to the two charities later this month.