BALLERINAS FROM PRESTIGIOUS NORTHERN BALLET SCHOOL, THE ACCLAIMED DANCE SCHOOL OF THE NORTH WEST, TOOK CENTRE STAGE AT THE ICONIC CHESHIRE OAKS CHRISTMAS TREE, STANDING ON POINTE FOR NATIONAL CHARITY BRITISH RED CROSS.
The ballerinas were dressed in bespoke origami tutus made from the wrapping paper designed exclusively for the centre by leading British fashion designer Holly Fulton and being sold to raise funds for the British Red Cross. The ballerinas posed plied outside, then pirouetted inside the iconic Cheshire Oaks tree; the region’s renowned Christmas landmark which stands at over 100ft tall and proudly boasts over 100,000 twinkling lights with 20,000 baubles.
Patricia McDonald, Founder and Principal at Northern Ballet School said, “It’s a privilege to be part of a fantastic national charity partnership with these beautiful bespoke tutus designed especially for two of our dancers who will proudly take centre stage at Cheshire Oaks this Christmas”
Kenny Murray, Centre Manager at Cheshire Oaks Designer Outlet, said, “With Christmas fast upon us, we’re delighted to be partnering with the celebrated Northern Ballet School as part of our 2015 charity partnership with national charity British Red Cross. Our exclusive Holly Fulton gift wrap is brought to life with these wonderful costumes which we hope excites shoppers into this excellent cause for Christmas.”
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