A DANCE centre in Sheffield is celebrating 40 years of jazz hands and ballet steps.
The family owned and run Drapers Dance Centre in Beighton is marking the occasion with a special Ruby Tea Dance for former pupils, on Monday, May 6.
Between 12noon and 2.30pm the centre will opens its doors for the tea dance, and has also invited former pupils along to enjoy the afternoon of celebration.
People who attend are asked to take along any memorabilia from their dancing days, such as newspaper clippings of their achievements, photographs of them at the studio, old medals or dance reports, to share with the Draper family.
The event at the centre, on High Street, is free to enter.
Tea and biscuits will also be provided for guests as refreshments.