PRETTY in pink, blue, green...and red.
They’re glitzy, they’re glamourous and boy can they move.
The girls from Funky Dance Fever held a shimmering charity show at Davy’s Sporting Club in aid of Amy’s House charity.
Funky Dance Fever is a dance group of girls aged six to 18 taught by family group Amy, Jo and Lynne Burton.
Forty-five members took to the stage to put on Dance ‘til we Drop, which included funky pop and street dance to contemporary music.
More than 300 people came to watch the dancing stars show off their talents.
Amy said: “We are so proud of all the girls for putting in so many hours of practice to produce the show. All their hard work paid off and they amazed the crowd raising over £1,600.”
All proceeds from the show went to Amy’s House charity in Sheffield.
The charity is a respite facility for children with special needs which provides welcome respite for parents and carers.