Unseen footage of Martyn Hett dancing as a child has been released ahead of a special show to celebrate his life.
The 29-year-old was one of 22 killed during the Manchester Arena attack on May 22.
Hundreds of young people are now set to take part in a show celebrating his life.
‘A Life Iconic’ is the brainchild of Moira Hancock, who taught Martyn drama and dance at the North Cheshire Theatre School and College when he was a child.
The video is set to ‘Where is the mercy in the world right now’, composed and performed especially by Moira’s daughter, successful singer songwriter JJ Rosa.
Moira put a message out to the North College Group asking who would be willing to come back together to perform some of the iconic numbers Martyn had loved, and the show has grown from there.
A number of former pupils will perform, many of whom now work in the West End and in shows like Coronation Street. They'll be joined by JJ who has supported the likes of Phil Collins and Stevie Wonder.
Rob King, who sang at the vigil held for Martyn in the aftermath of the bomb, will perform a Mariah Carey number backed by a full choir.
The show will take place from 7pm on November 6 at Stockport Plaza, and will raise money for three charities – Beechwood Cancer Care, Kidscan and Beacon Counselling – which Moira chose after consulting with Martyn’s family.
Tickets cost between £12 and £18, and are available now – visit stockportplaza.co.uk or call the box office on 0161 477 7779.