Raise the Floor for new studio

Dance fundraiser will help upgrade facilities

Ignite your senses in support of dance in Victoria at the Raise the Floor fundraiser on Saturday (Sept. 24).

The event will feature a cabaret-style song-and-dance program and a fine-art silent auction. The aim is to help Suddenly Dance Theatre create a new studio that can be rented for rehearsals and classes.

The charitable non-profit theatre company moved into a new space at 3130 Jutland Rd. a month ago, said David Ferguson, artistic co-director of Suddenly Dance.

The fundraiser runs from 6 to 9 p.m. at The Superior, 106 Superior St. Tickets are $40 and are available by calling 250-380-9515. For details, visit www.suddenlydance.ca.

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