A GROUP of Wigan pole dancers will be seductively performing to raise money for a little boy with a rare condition.
Pole Seduction will take you through the decades, performing a variety of moves from the 1950s right up until the present day at Surfers Paradise on Friday June 24.
The ladies are raising vital funds for the Bailey Foster Appeal.
The three-year-old from Ince suffers with Septo Optic Dysplasia (SOD) - he is blind, can’t walk, talk or eat.
His family have been desperately trying to raise around £40,000 to pay for pioneering treatment at a clinic in China which could help him to see.
After raising £30,000 and being given an early appointment at the clinic, Bailey and his parents Mark Foster and Shelly Dunn took him to China last week for the start of his treatment.
The show begins at 8pm an will include six shows from pole students and their instructor.
There will also be a raffle afterwards with prizes from local businesses.
Instructor Kara Wolfe said: “Bailey is a very special young boy who has the chance to change his life forever and see the world for the first time, to be a part of this, is something to be very proud of.
“Donations from local businesses for raffle prizes are also welcomed.
“Pole Seduction giving you the best routines we have choreographed to date.”
Tickets are £5 and £1 for the raffle with all funds going to the Bailey Foster Appeal.
For more information, call 07871 231107.