GALLERY: Dance Mania put on a touch of glamour and nostalgic class in 50 years of greatest hits

Lisa Dickinsons DANCE MANIA performers returned to the Braza club for their annual cabaret show.

Lisa Dickinsons DANCE MANIA performers returned to the Braza club for their annual cabaret show. - Credit: Archant

FIFTY years ago almost to the day since The Rolling Stones played the Corn Exchange, Wisbech, a group of performers put on their own 'Stones tribute at March Braza Club.

Lisa Dickinsons DANCE MANIA performers returned to the Braza club for their annual cabaret show.

Lisa Dickinsons DANCE MANIA performers returned to the Braza club for their annual cabaret show. - Credit: Archant

Lisa Dickinson added The Rolling Stones to James Bond and The Beatles as part of her annual cabaret show staged in front of parents and friends and an enthusiastic audience of upwards of 150.

Lisa Dickinsons DANCE MANIA performers returned to the Braza club for their annual cabaret show.

Lisa Dickinsons DANCE MANIA performers returned to the Braza club for their annual cabaret show. - Credit: Archant

Lisa's Dance Mania team also laid on a Saturday afternoon matinee to cope with high demand for tickets.

'It was a fantastic event,' she said. 'The hall was filled and everyone said how amazing the show turned out.'

Lisa says with the Braza now equipped with air conditioning the audience – and her 100 plus strong company of performers- were untroubled by the hot summer weather.


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She said the event involved youngsters from the tap and ballet classes – some as young as six- to a teenage group as well as three adult sets of performers.

'Singers and dancers performed to some of the most iconic music from the last half a century,' she said.

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