A PERFORMING arts school has organised a show to help raise money for the Adur Special Needs Project.
Children from Centre Stage will be hosting a cabaret evening on Saturday, November 26, at the Empire Club, in Penhill Road, Lancing.
Sarah Squires, from Centre Stage, said the show was to raise money for the project, which is in desperate need of a new home, a new patron and funding.
She said: “We have at Centre Stage a lot of children that have special needs and many of them have attended Adur Special Needs and rely on that service. It is invaluable.”
Tommy Tickle will entertain children during the evening and local businesses have provided raffle prizes.
The show will include singing, dance and drama, with popular music and musical theatre numbers.
The show will start at 7pm and tickets, costing £5 for adults and £1 for children, can be bought on the door.