A GROUP of children from Heckmondwike have been displaying their artistic talents at White Rose shopping centre in Leeds.
The children are from a Saturday club which runs as part of Barnardo's Kirklees Khandaani Dhek Bhal project.
They joined forces with Chol Theatre, of Huddersfield, to put on a number of performances of music, song and dance, entitled Happy Heart.
The performances came as part of the HeART of the Community initiative.
The White Rose Centre invested in four local arts projects involving young people.
Chol director Susan Burns said: "This project has enabled us to extend the partnership between Chol and Barnardo's.
"It offered children aged between five and 13 from the South Asian community in Heckmondwike a first opportunity to perform in public.
"Through it, the children have been able to make friends, have fun, try new things and express themselves."
Peter Cook, White Rose manager, said: "We are delighted HeART of the Community has provided these children with a platform to display their talent and provide some superb entertainment for our shoppers."
The performances were captured on video diaries produced by secondary school students in the Leeds City Learning Centre programme. The films were played on the White Rose in-centre television.