Guildhall Square turns into dance stage

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UNIVERSITY of Portsmouth students promise to pump up the volume at Guildhall Square when they put on a Christmas dance performance for charity tomorrow.

The undergraduate members of the university’s dance club hope to raise as much money as possible for Sports Relief with a range of impressive moves including hip hop, jazz and contemporary dance.

Sharna Waid, 20, is a second year English and media student, who is looking forward to taking part in the hip hop medley.

She said: ‘It’s going to be brilliant.

‘We’ve all been working on our dances for a while so it will be nice to show people what we’re all about and at the same time raise lots of money for a great charity.

‘It would be amazing if lots of people came along – we’re also hoping for some audience participation.’

The dance students will take centre stage from midday until 3pm and will be passing buckets round so passers-by can make donations.

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