More than 120 dancers from Neat Feet Dance Academy will transport audiences to a faraway land where the Belingi and the Zuba tribes have been failing to get on with one another for hundreds of years. Two travellers arrive in search of the kingdom of peac

More than 120 dancers from Neat Feet Dance Academy will transport audiences to a faraway land where the Belingi and the Zuba tribes have been failing to get on with one another for hundreds of years. Two travellers arrive in search of the kingdom of peace. Can the intrepid travellers persuade the tribes to be friends? You'll have go along to the Queen's Theatre on July 19 to find out! Neat Feet principal Teresa Crossman says: "We always aim to produce something more than a dancing display. An original story is specially written for each show and the dances are woven into it, so there's something for the whole family to enjoy. The students taking part gain so much from being involved in a full scale musical and the money we raise for Great Ormond Street benefits children all over the country." This is Neat Feet's fifth bi-annual presentation at the Queen's. They have given more than £7,000 to Great Ormond Street Hospital Children's Charity so far and they are appealing to all to help them reach the £10,000 mark this year.The Travellers' Tale is at 2.30pm and 7.30pm. Box office: (01271) 324242.