Graham School of Dance is delighted to support the local and wider community by performing at local Hertfordshire and Essex primary and secondary schools, supporting PTA events and also the Bishop’s Stortford carnival. Dance pupils perform at local school fetes and have danced in aid of the The Alzheimer's Society and the hospital work of Great Ormond Street Children’s Hospital. charities.
THANK YOU and well done…. to all the Seniorse who performed at the 2017 Essex and Herts Air Ambulance May Ball .... the audience were stunned by the fantastic dancing!
We were also proud to be involved in the Helen Rollason Charity Hair & Fashion Catwalk Event held at Leventhorpe School in 2016. Once again the two Street Crews stunned the audience as well as a number of pupils (and Miss Spendlove!) modelling some of the clothes. The event raised over £3000.
Graham School of Dance has also supported a number of other charities in recent years....
..... Graham School of Dance dancers performed at the Charity Ball organised by The Laughter Specialists, who visit hospices, special needs centres, hospitals and other caring situations, bringing a world of colour, music, magic and laughter. Dancers also performed group and solo pieces in support of this Charity at The Barn Theatre, Little Easton Manor. Money raised funded visits to Broomfield Hospital, Chelmsford, Edith Borthwick School, Bocking, and other special needs groups in Saffron Walden;
..... Graham School of Dance dancers performed specially choreographed routines as well as solos and duets at a Masquerade Ball in aid of The Alzheimer’s Society, held near Bishop's Stortford;
....... Graham School of Dance parents and friends also regulalry raise money through 'Good Luck' messages in the biannual Graham School of Dance Show programmes;
..... At the African evening at Rhodes, Graham School of Dance was delighted to support the Rhodes Arts Complex and Andy Graham’s The Longest Story in the World by performing at their fund raising Charity Gala Concert. Proceeds enabled teachers to be trained and creative projects to be set up in both Gambia and Rwanda.