AROUND 450 music fans packed out a Whetstone bar on Saturday afternoon to watch dozens of talented youngsters strut their stuff on stage.

More than 80 students form the Al Pascal Music School took to the stage playing some classic and modern rock and roll in aid of the teenage cancer trust at the I-Bar in High Road.

So far the gig has raised £2,200, with more donations still pouring in.

Alex Paschali, who runs the school, said: “It went really well. We rehearsed more than last year and the quality was that much better because of it, I'm really proud of them all.

“It went on for about five hours so it was really hectic and hard to hold together, but well worth it and it's all for a good cause.”