e2k presented to BCI

THE founder of ‘Crystal Ice Dance Academy’ Emmanuella Solako said she was “thrilled” to be able to present a cheque for e2,175 to Breast Cancer Ireland (BCI).

THE founder of ‘Crystal Ice Dance Academy’ Emmanuella Solako said she was “thrilled” to be able to present a cheque for e2,175 to Breast Cancer Ireland (BCI).

The young dance teacher from the Avenue Road recently donated the proceeds of a show titled ‘Prodigy 2’ to the charity’s representative Samantha McGregor.

“Crystal Ice had a very successful show in the Tain Theatre on August 25th and 26th. We had a near full house on both nights. We covered all of our costs and were able to give over e2,000 to Breast Cancer Ireland,” said Emmanuella.

“They where delighted with the sum of money raised. We hope to work more with the charity in future. At the moment Crystal Ice is preparing to host Britney Spears’ dancers.”

She added: “We hosted Rihanna’s dancers the weekend before last and Britney’s dancers, Jian and Ava, will be in Dundalk on October 23rd. The workshop will be open to all the dancers and dance schools in Ireland.

“We are also preparing our Christmas show which will be bigger and better and staged on December 11th.”