From ukule­les to belly danc­ing – that’s va­ri­ety

Kentish Express Ashford & District - - Charity Show -

Hoth­field vil­lage hall hosted belly dancers, ukulele bands, choirs and mu­si­cians at a char­ity va­ri­ety show.

Sheena Harris or­gan­ised the show which was at­tended by 80 peo­ple and raised money for leukaemia and lym­phoma char­ity Blood­wise and for the Stroke As­so­ci­a­tion.

She said: “There were solo singing per­for­mances by Lana Pitcher and Jack Burns. Dance Vi­sions per­formed Flow­dance along with a flow­ing per­for­mance by belly dancers Eastern De­lights.

“Danza per­formed their tango mash-up as well as a jive while the In­victa Ukulele Club Band per­formed a med­ley of wartime songs to en­cour­age au­di­ence par­tic­i­pa­tion. East Kent Cho­rus de­lighted us all with their won­der­ful un­ac­com­pa­nied har­monies.”

She said it had raised £600 which will be split be­tween the two char­i­ties.

To find out more visit www. blood­wise.org.uk or www. stroke.org.uk

East Kent Cho­rus - ‘won­der­ful un­ac­com­pa­nied har­monies’

Belly danc­ing from Eastern De­lights

Singer Jack Burns

In­victa Ukulele Club Band

Danza dur­ing their jive per­for­mance

Singer Lana Pitcher

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