Embody Dancing ‘Queens’ raise money for Breast Cancer in Charity

Embody Dancing ‘Queens’ raise money for Breast Cancer in Charity Embody Dance staged a charity performance of SIX the Musical in Dance Form on Saturday 5thFeb.

Six Embody ‘Queens’ including Emma Bright the company director, danced for a packed audience at Mancetter Memorial Hall. The Hall was given free of charge as a donation to the charity from the people of Mancetter.

The show was choreographed by Emma Bright and took the audience through a journey to get acquainted with the SIX wives of Henry the VIII- luckily no-one got divorced, beheaded, or died!

Embody Dance raised a huge £847 from the evenings showcase!

Breast Cancer Now was over the moon with the donation and the Embody Queens loved dancing for such a worthy cause. Emma and Embody would like to say thank you to all that donated to Six!

Embody Dancing ‘Queens’

Embody Dancing ‘Queens’ raise money for Breast Cancer in Charity Embody’s next charity show is going to be staged on the 15thMay INSIDE the Mary Ann Evans Furniture Store in Weddington Terrace.

Embody Dance has worked closely with its furniture store neighbours on Weddington Terrace to create these charity dance shows.

Titled ‘ Back in Bloom’ the shows will celebrate Embody Dancers returning to the stage after Lockdown and reflects the Sunflower logo of Mary Ann Evans Hospice.

Raise money for Breast Cancer in Charity

Embody dancers of all ages will dance in two shows 1pm and 5pm to raise money for Mary Ann Evans Hospice – with one show already sold out of 300 tickets they are on track to raise a huge amount of money!
Embody Dance continues to give Everybody the Chance to Dance in its inclusive dance studio on Weddington Terrace, Nuneaton.

Thank you for reading this weeks blog – Embody Dancing ‘Queens’ raise money for Breast Cancer in Charity

Emma at Embody Dance

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