From ukuleles to belly dancing – that’s variety
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