A contemporary dance show will tackle the dark topic of sex slavery and human trafficking at a fundraising show this weekend.
The Natashas Project is coming to the South Hill Centre in Hemel Hempstead on Saturday to share their show which aims to eradicate human trafficking through dance and raise awareness of the terrible industry.
The organisers stress that the show is for those aged 14 and over subject to parental discretion due to the sensitive nature of the topic.
The evening begins at 7pm and a suggested donation for each ticket is £5, and the night will include musical performances, a cake sale, raffle and a silent auction.
All money raised on the night will be split equally between charities Ruby Ministries and The Natashas Project, who both work to support individuals in the human trafficking sector.