A charity that holds dance classes for wheelchair users is putting on a summer showcase.

Local Winchester dance charity Move Momentum, who also organise dance classes for young people and over-65s, is set to celebrate a summer of inclusive dance with its annual summer showcase on Saturday, June 29.

The charity's dancers are set to put on a show at the University of Winchester’s Performance Gym, alongside performers from Florian School of Dance, Blue Apple Theatre and Multi Sports Club’s dance group Compass. 

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The event will begin at 4.30pm and will display a variety of dance styles and performances.

With a range of dance styles, the diverse line-up guarantees something for everyone to enjoy.

To ensure an uninterrupted flow of performances, there will be no intermission during the show.

There will be a raffle after the show.

Tickets for the show can be purchased via the Eventbrite page here. For those who cannot make it in person, a livestream option is available here.

The event will be accessible to all. If you require disabled parking or any other accommodations, please let Move Momentum know in advance so we can assist you accordingly.

The University of Winchester's main car park will provide free parking.

Any local businesses interested in sponsoring Move Momentum are encouraged to reach out to keeleigh@movemomentum.co.uk.

Amanda Watkinson, CEO of Move Momentum, says: “We are so excited to invite everyone—friends, family, and dance fans—to our awesome event filled with happiness.

"Whether you've been with us for ages or it's your first time, we promise you'll leave feeling inspired and happy.

"We’ve had a lot of fun putting the show together, and we can’t wait to showcase everyone’s hard work!”