A DANCE group is putting on a special goodbye show to raise money for two charities later this month.

Itchy Feet Dance Crew will present their Believe & Achieve show at the Griffin Theatre at Rendcomb College, near Cirencester at 1pm on Sunday, July 28.

This will be Itchy Feet’s curtain call as leader Jaye Marshall is leaving Gloucestershire to perform on the West End stage in the new production & Juliet.

The show is described as a showcase of performers doing what they do best.

Itchy Feet has been running in Gloucestershire for more than 40 years and is a community based dance group.

This is their final show to close the club. Tickets are from £8 via


Evening shows have sold out but the club now wants a full hall for their matinee performance.

The show has performers as young as seven right up to the age of 71.

Proceeds will be split equally between Sunflowers Suicide Support and Longfield Hospice due to personal connections. Performances in the show directly relate to these charities.

The club was started in 1978 by Diane King (now Painter), Jaye's mother.