Pink Sequinned Show Dress- Worn by Anita Dobson
Pink Sequened Show Dress, worn by stage, film and television actress, and singer Anita Dobson.
As Angie Watts in Eastenders, Anita Dobson was one of the most popular characters on television, winning her the Pye award for Television Personality Of The Year, the Daily Mirror’s Actress Of The Year and the TV Times Actress Of The Year award, voted by the readers.
Anita’s many stage appearances include The Three Sisters (Royal Court); Frozen (Royal National Theatre) for which she was nominated for an Olivier, Evening Standard and London Critics Award; Hamlet (on tour and The New Ambassadors); ‘Dolly Levi’ in Hello Dolly (Theatre Royal Lincoln); Mistress Q in Merry Wives of Windsor (for the RSC), as Jocasta in Steven Berkoff's production of Oedipus (Edinburgh Festival at the Pleasance Grand). Anita Dobson has been married to Brian May for 21 years.
Variety, the Children’s Charity, believes that neither disability nor disadvantage should prevent any child or young person from realising their full potential. Our support allows children to gain mobility, get out and about in the community, communicate, learn, play, achieve more independence and develop greater self-esteem.
The pandemic has had a devastating impact on disabled and disadvantaged children across the UK. Many more children are now living in poverty, while the loss of support services has taken a severe toll.
Here at Variety, we have seen the demand for our services soar. At the same time, with live fundraising events now cancelled, our income streams have dwindled, leaving us struggling to help the vulnerable children we work with.
Can you help us change young lives? Whatever support you can afford to offer will be much appreciated. Even the smallest donation will make a difference.
£10 could give a disadvantaged child a memorable outing to the seaside, the circus or the zoo, once social restrictions are lifted.
£20 could fund a harness to provide postural support for a disabled child.
£50 could help us provide sensory equipment for a child with learning disabilities.
£1,000 could fund a specialist car seat to keep a disabled child safe and comfortable.
£5,000 could allow us to purchase a powered wheelchair for a disabled child, allowing them to a live a more independent life.