Women have a chance to become catwalk models at a glitzy ‘hair fashion and dance extravaganza’ at the Waterside Theatre.
The show in October is being arranged by a team of hairdressers from Bedgrove, who last year got to work with Kate Moss after raising £20,000 for Great Ormond Street Hospital.
This year the girls have decided to raise money for Stoke Mandeville Hospital and are holding an event this Saturday to find models to take part.
House of Fraser is supplying the clothes and the show will include a bridal and avant garde section.
The girls are able to hire the Waterside thanks to a £9,500 donation from Judi Ferreira (pictured below having her hair styled), whose father died of cancer.
Serena Jebb, manager of Tramps which is an independent hairdressing salon in Bedgrove. said: “It was a very generous thing to do.
So far around 30 women have come forward to take part in the show and the hairdressers are looking for another 20.
Ms Jebb said: “It will be a fantastic experience and a chance to help the community.
“People we are speaking to just want to help, it’s amazing.
“I think it will be exciting, it is not often you get to walk down a catwalk.
“We are getting people to come to our salon on Saturday September 1 at 4pm to get all the models together and meet everyone who will be in the show. “Then we will be seeing what categories they can be a part of.”
The one-and-a-half hour fashion show takes place on Wednesday October 7 from 7.30pm. The catwalk will be set up inside the theatre’s main auditorium. Organisers aim to raise £20,000 by selling 1,200 tickets for the event, which cost £10-£20 each.
For more details call Tramps Hair Designers on 01296 485711 or visit www.atgtickets.com/aylesbury