VENUE Cymru is set to be transformed into a fashion extravaganza for one night only this Easter Weekend.

Penrhyn Bay charity Prom Ally will welcome a number of models including series 10 Britain’s Next Top Model winner Chloe Keenan and Liverpool based Belle Holman for its first fashion show Project Cinderella on Saturday, April 20.

The charity offers dresses and suits to young people who would not otherwise be able to afford to go to their school prom.

Established by Ally Elouise of Penrhyn Bay in 2015, the charity is now able to ship dresses to young people anywhere in the UK and now has a collection of well over 1,500 garments.

Miss Elouise, said: “I can’t wait to welcome everyone to our first ever Prom Ally fashion show. There is lots going on behind the scenes that I will be revealing bit by bit on my social media accounts so watch this space and buy your tickets before they’re gone.

“It’s set to be a great show to enjoy with your best friends having a few drinks, dancing along to some great music and winning some fantastic prizes. I’d like to say thank you to all of the local businesses who have supported the event so far and look forward to seeing everyone there on the night.”

As well as a host of models picking out their favourite dresses and taking to the catwalk, the evening will offer something for everyone with be live music acts acoustic duo Jamie and Keith playing assortment of rock and pop covers as well as music theatre and jazz wunderkind Nathan Bellis.

There is also a raffle and goody bags given for all attendees on arrival.

If you’d like to have a great night out over the Easter weekend head to Venue Cymru on Saturday April 20 at 7pm.

Tickets are £6 and are available from