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Monday, 23 July 2012

Flash-Mob at an Arsenal Celebrity Charity Match (Hertfordshire)

Living the dream is one of the few performing arts companies in the UK run by young people for young people.
Dancers performed a flash-mob at an Arsenal celebrity charity match on the 13th May.

 The event was to raise money for Bailey Sarwa who is a 12 year old boy from Marlborough School. He was diagnosed with cancer at the age of 4 and after being in remission for almost 7 years following treatment, he has relapsed and there are no options left in this country to treat him.  His family need to raise £500,000 to take him to America where he can get treatment to save his life.

Lucien Laviscount, Ziggy Lichman, Charlie Hawkins and Ralf Little were among those showing their footie skills.

The performance started with a solo Micheal Jackson performance in the middle of the pitch, then gradually groups of dancers gathered along and started the dance routine, that everybody follow, almost 5 different groups, gathered to perform the final piece of music.

Music from Destiny's Child, Survivor, LFMAO, Christina Aguilera, etc.It was a nice entertaining afternoon and for a very good cause.

  Video of the performance:

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