“Alice in Wonderland” raises AED 75,000 for Cancer Research  

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140 Ballet Centre students performed on Friday the 19th of January 2018 at DUCTAC theatre, the proceeds from the show were donated to Al Jalila Foundation

“Alice in Wonderland” a beautiful rendition by the Ballet Centre’s students on stage this Friday the 19th of January raised 75,000 Dirhams for Cancer Research and was donated generously by Mangalika Jayalath – The MD of the Ballet Centre to Al Jalila Foundation.

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Mangalika Jayalath – The Managing Director of the Ballet Centre, says “This was a very intense show, the students had been training for 18 weeks and we had a mission to raise awareness and funds about Cancer research, which we successfully managed, thanks to the hardwork of the Ballet Centres team & students. The two shows, were packed on Friday and when I saw some of the audiences teary eyed, I knew we had done our job!”

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Alice in wonderland was the Ballet Centre’s biennial production that displayed the talent of amazing young dancers in a world class Ballet production.

The Ballet Centre: Web: http://www.balletcentredubai.com; FB & Insta: theballetcentre (dance school)

For more press information, please contact: Zareen Khan – W2W events & pr – Email: zareen.w2w.pr@gmail.com052 – 765 5525

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