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Dancing With Heroes - A Soldiers’ Return Art Exhibition & Live Auction

On 23rdNovember the red carpet rolls out at Dancing with Heroes - a glittering charity ball in aid of injured servicemen featuring a heady mix of entertainment delivered by luminaries from stage and screen who are joining forces with London's most successful artists.

Peter Andreheadlines in a unique collaboration with former Earth Wind & Fire multi-instrumentalistMo Pleasure, other acts include; legendary soul star Beverley Knight MBE and ‘Beautiful' star Cassidy Janson, fresh from her West End triumph, they will entertain the celebrity audience, who will be further indulged by a stunning exhibition of contemporary art.

TitledA Soldiers' Return, theart exhibition and live auctionhas been curated by the charity Artistic. It will showcase the work of artists including Mason Storm, best known for his trademark mask. It has been suggested that Storm - one of the most talented and elusive artists in the UK today, may be or paints for the famed graffiti artist Banksy.

Other exhibitors include acclaimed contemporary artists Louise McNaught, Pez, Dan Pearce, and the hugely successful Kelvin Okafur as well as the emerging talented sculptor Jack Nicholas Banbury.

All artwork will be sold or auctioned by Tate Ward on the night, with proceeds donated to the evening's charity, Back on Track, founded by Dr Aamer Khan & Lesley Reynolds from Harley Street Skin.

Over the last four years, Dancing with Heroes has gone from strength to strength raising much needed funds towards the medical, emotional and psychological support of our injured veterans. This event is particularly significant following so soon after Remembrance Day.