Strictly success for No5 Chambers

Top couple quick-step their way to title as barristers raise £15k for child charity

Strictly Come Dancing star Anton Du Beke compered an evening of dance and fund-raising hosted by No5 Barristers’ Chambers at the Town Hall. More than 300 guests saw solicitor Claire Crawford of Shakespeare Martineau and professional dance partner Paul Cammack lift the Strictly 9 to 5 trophy. Judges were ex-Strictly professional Darren Bennett, local lawyer and ex-British amateur ballroom and Latin dancer Jamie De Souza, Birmingham Royal Ballet principal artist Elisha Willis and dancer and teacher Kerry Alebon. More than £15,000 was raised for the Child Brain Injury Trust.

Photography by Jas Sansi


  1. Mark Anderson, Claire Crawford, Paul Cammack, Lisa Turan, Anton Du Beke
  2. Serena and Henry Pitchers, Paul Evans, Robert McDonald, Rachel Thomas
  3. Satinder Hunjan, Alison Hampshire, Ryan Lewis, Peter Rhodes
  4. Matthew Bartlett, Sarah Brunning, Laura Smallbone, Gareth Compton
  5. Stephanie Moustache, David Evison, Michelle Wooding
  6. Sam Mchugo, Fiona Debney
  7. Carys Vaughan, Simon Penny
  8. Richard Adams, Alice Hall
  9. Hayley McCormack, Louise Spalding