Kylie shared her passion and excitement of the event with Twin Cities listeners which supports child cancer research in a fun and engaging way with the general public.
Next Sunday, Forrest Place will be awash with choreographed vibrant dancing from hundreds of families in superhero costumes to raise vital funds and awareness for Telethon.
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In its fifth year, Dance for A Cure has always left participants thrilled, inspired and eager to keep dancing.
The event has raised almost $80,000 for Children’s Leukaemia and Cancer Research Foundation (CLCRF) to continue their important ground-breaking research so that future generations of children will be the ones to live cancer free.
Experienced choreographer Ashanti Suriyam from The Dance Workshop has crafted this year’s routine to Bonnie Tyler’s chart topping hit, Holding Out for a Hero, for the public to learn before the big day.
A rehearsal will take place the week before on Sunday 11 November at Lathlain Oval, Lathlain.
Five other dance schools from across Perth will also be performing their own showcase routines before ‘exiting stage left’ for the general public to strut their stuff in their hero outfits.
Children’s TV star from the 80’s and Telethon Mascot Fat Cat will dust off his dancing paws and join in with the kids and adults for the main performance.