Children from a theatre school put on their glad rags to raise more than £200 for Macmillan Cancer Support.

The 85 children from Stagecoach Borehamwood took part in the charity's nationwide footloose fundraising event, Dress Up and Dance.

At the event on Saturday, the children were invited to put on their best fancy dress costumes and follow dance moves on a specially made DVD.

Each child gave a donation to take part, and the group raised a total of £255 for Macmillan.

Principal Beverly Hyman said: “There’s nothing so uplifting as a group dance but this event is made all the more fulfilling as it’s in support of such a worthy cause. All of our students are really thrilled to be involved and to show off their moves while raising money for Macmillan Cancer Support.”