Water Marks at Ditchling, Supporting The Rebecca Skelton Fund
The Rebecca Skelton Fund, (supporting dancers ) will hold a fund raising event in Ditchling Village hall on Saturday 13th June at 7.30pm. The title of the evening is ‘WATER MARKS’. We will be celebrating our most precious commodity, water, through music dance and words. The programme will include contemporary, traditional and band music, poetry, and improvisational dance inspired by the theme of water.
Bubbly and strawberries will be served in the interval and are included in the price of tickets at £15 each .
Tickets are available from Helen Mary Skelton at firstname.lastname@example.org
Telephone 01273 890491 or 842363
Or at Ditchling Post Office or on the door, though early booking is advised.
The charity was set up 9 years ago by the Skelton family after Rebecca died of a brain tumour aged 36. She was an inspirational dance teacher, choreographer, and performer working tirelessly in the community and at Chichester Bishop Otter University to bring her passion for dance to everyone. Her work still goes on, carried forward by her students and colleagues who were so inspired by her.
Each year the charity makes several small awards to dancers dedicated to the advancement of dance research and performance through their training and work in the community.
We are very grateful to musicians and composers, Barry Mills, Guy Richardson, Caroline Collingridge, Julian Broughton, Lou Beckerman and Ross Bicknell, some of whom have written pieces specially for this event, and to Lauren Potter for her improvised dance piece.
IT SHOULD BE A GREAT EVENING… DO COME ALONG!