Dancers deliver Easter cheer to young Sheffield patients

Youngsters from Razzamataz Theatre School performed at Sheffield Children's Hospital for Easter.
Youngsters from Razzamataz Theatre School performed at Sheffield Children's Hospital for Easter.
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Pupils from a Sheffield theatre school delivered some Easter cheer to youngsters who spent the holiday in hospital.

The students from Razzamataz Theatre Schools, based at Norton in Sheffield, and staff from Junior Chamber Sheffield worked together to provide chocolate cheer for hundreds of people.

Razzamataz students aged between six and eight collected a huge haul of 650 eggs after giving themselves a target of 400.

The Razzamataz students also put a smile on the patients’ faces with a performance in the hospital reception.

Children from the wards came down to see a presentation of street dance, pop singing and more.

“We are very proud to be able to play just a small part in making the children’s stay in the hospital a little brighter,” said JCI Sheffield president, Mark Smith.

“JCI Sheffield is all about making a positive change in our community so we encourage our members to be active in organising events like this one.”

“Having the Razzamataz students perform topped off this special event.”

A total of 500 eggs went to the Children’s Hospital while further donations were made to Age UK, Jubilee Food Bank and other community organisations.