A dance school of talented youngsters dressed up in aid of a charity that supports people with cancer.
More than 100 children, parents and teachers at the Stagecoach Theatre Arts School in Thame took part in the Dress Up and Dance day, raising £800 for Macmillan Cancer Care.
The children were encouraged to wear their wackiest fancy dress costume – with one coming dressed as a hotdog – and dance through the decades.
Led by their teachers, they tried their hand at a range of different dance techniques such as hip-hop, ballet and Broadway.
Nicky Goodwin, principal at Stagecoach Thame, said: “There’s nothing so uplifting as a group dance but this event made it all the more fulfilling as it’s for such a worthy cause.
“All of our students were really thrilled to be involved and show off their moves.
“It was brilliant to have so many parents and family members involved.
“I’m so proud of the money we raised and the day is one we’ll never forget!”
For more, visit www. stagecoach.co.uk/thame.