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04/06/2015 09:01 BST | Updated 04/06/2015 09:59 BST

Superheroes Perform Uptown Funk Dance For Children's Cancer Charity

Superheroes including Batman, Ironman and Spiderman took centre stage last night at a charity disco, much to the amusement of the parents and children in the audience.

The wannabe dancers were performing a well-practiced routine with black flips and headstands to the popular "Uptown Funk" by Mark Ronson ft. Bruno Mars in aid of the Henry Allen Trust and Willen Hospice.

Held in Milton Keynes, the event not only included a superhero dance, but also had games, face painting, a disco for the children and charity awareness messages, Milton Keynes Web reported.

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The Henry Allen Trust helps to raise money for other children suffering with cancer after the loss of a local boy named Henry who died from the disease in 2013.

Willen Hospice provides palliative care for those who are coming to the end of their lives.

The three main superheroes who take centre stage in the video practiced for "weeks" before their performance.

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Ironman certainly seems to know how to get down and groove, but we'd say Spiderman's breakdancing is probably the highlight of the performance.

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Spiderman backflips and the whole crowd cheers.

Ironman makes his debut by doing a short robot-style solo and Batman's niche is his breakdancing on the floor.

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