A group of Northbrook MET Dance students shared the stage with stars at a recent Charity Gala at Windsor.
The Diploma and Degree level students opened and closed the Mane Chance Charity Gala, which featured stars such as Strictly Come Dancing's Anton Du Beke, Joe McElderry and Lance Corporal Richard Jones - winner of Britain's Got Talent. Former Northbrook Level 3 Production student Will Brann also provided the Lighting Design for the Gala.
The Mane Chance Sanctuary aims to rescue and rehabilitate abused, abandoned and old horses, integrating them with the local community.
Actress Jenny Seagrove, Founding Trustee of Mane Chance said, 'Words fail me! What a night you all created for us. I am so grateful and on behalf of Mane Chance I just want to say the biggest thanks to everyone for making it such a wonderful day and evening. Your talent goes without saying, but the goodwill that you all brought to the theatre was simply breathtaking.
'We have had the most wonderful feedback from so many people. And made some decent money too! Thank you from the bottom of my heart.'