A ROCK and roll extravaganza was staged by students at Pennine Magpie in Halifax.
The organisation is a not-for-profit social enterprise which offers life-changing skills for adults with learning difficulties.
Each year the Halifax centre puts on a show and this year’s has attracted an audience of 50 people a day over its three-day run.
It boasted rock and roll tunes, drama and dance, with students also creating props, costumes and researching the 1950s period.
Manager Gillian Sheard said: “It’s taken about five months to pull together.
“It enthuses the students, gives them self-worth, team building skills and is a lot of fun too
“They had a brilliant time.”
The show was pulled together by Janet Lord of the centre.
Pennine Magpie also teach day to day skills such as computers, travel training, house keeping, and art as well as visits out to places including the police station. For information phone 01422 383550.